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Elamite Bronze Statuette Of A Female Deity 2500-1900 BC, Barakat gallery. Iran تندیس برنزی زن نیایشگر عیلامی،۲۵۰۰-۱۹۰۰ پیش از میلاد، گالری برکات / موزه مجازى هنر ايران در فيسبوک


Mars on the horse The horse is a strong symbol in the Etruscan culture. Like in the Egyptian or in the Chinese culture the Etruscans would put in their tombs a large number of warriors or horses or be their army in the next world, in fact for the Etruscans the death was only a passage to the next world. Mars (his Etruscan transposition) and Minerva are the most represented figures of the Etruscan mythology.


Standing Female Figurine with Large Earspools Michoacan culture Michoacan, Mexico Late Preclassic period, 300 B.C.-A.D. 250 slipped and painted earthenware Dimension: 5.88in x 0in x 0in 14.935cm x 0cm x 0cm via >


Statue menhir from Ermida, northern Portugal, with tree pattern on torso.The breasts with nipples are unusual, although some in less pronounced relief are found in female statue-menhirs further to the south, in central Alentejo. This one came to light in 1987.


Male Votive Figure of Baal. Syrian (Artist) PERIOD early 2nd millennium BC (Middle Bronze Age (MB I/II A)) MEDIUM bronze. Levantine (in present-day Syria) (Place of Discovery)


Snow Leopard Plaque (Scytho-Sakian, 5th-4th Century B.C.). Tomb of the Golden Warrior, Issyk, Kazakhstan. Gold, stamping. | © Museum of Gold and Precious Metals, Kazakhstan


A Vénus de Willendorf foi descoberta no sítio arqueológico do paleolítico situado perto de Willendorf, na Áustria, c. de 2400 a 2200 a.C. Desenterrada em 08/08/1908, pelo arqueólogo Josef Szombathy. Está esculpida em calcário oolítico, material que não existe na região, e colorido com ocre vermelho. A Vénus faz parte da coleção do Museu de História Natural de Viena.