Jan Hruschka

Jan Hruschka

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Vogelhert Cave -- 35,000 Year-Old Mammoth Figurine -- Length: 37 mm; Weight: 7.5 grams -- Carved from mammoth ivory

Vogelherd Cave, Vogelherdhöhlen - Year-Old Mammoth Figurine -- Length: 37 mm; Weight: grams -- Carved from mammoth ivory, this figurine is one of the oldest know pieces of individual artwork in the archaeological record.

Artifacts of Doggerland is a name given by archaeologists and geologists to a former landmass in the southern North Sea that connected the island of Great Britain to mainland Europe during and after the last Ice Age, surviving until about 6,500 or 6,200 BC and then gradually being flooded by rising sea .

"Venus of Brassempouy" -- BCE -- Upper Paleolithic Era -- Fragmentary, Ivory (mammoth tusk) figurine discovered in a cave near Brassempouy, France in The earliest known realistically-fashioned image of a woman.

Venere di Lespugue, ca. 25000 anni fa, avorio di mammut scolpito a tutto tondo. Da Lespugue, Francia. Musée de l'Homme, Parigi, Francia.

"The Venus of Lespugue" -- BCE -- Statuette of a nude female figure, discovered in 1922 in the Rideaux Cave of Lespugue in the foothills of the Pyrenees by René de Saint-Périer. One of the oldest image of the Goddess -- Musee de l'Homme -- Paris

Venus of Moravany.- Petite figurine préhistorique découverte en Slovaquie au début du 20°s. Elle a été découverte par un laboureur dans son terrain en 1930. Elle est en ivoire, taillée dans des défenses de mammouth et est datée de 22 800 avant notre ère, soit du Paléolithique supérieur. Elle est aujourd'hui exposée dans le Musée National Slovaque au chateau de Bratislava.

Venus of Moravany The Moravany venus is centimetres tall. The venus was discovered in the area of Moravany nad Váhom, a village near the spa resort Piestany in Slovakia.

vinca culture - Google 검색 (I think it’s from farther east, in Turkmenistan?)

Neolithic Kelteminar Figurines The Kelteminar Culture lasted from roughly 6000 BC – 3000 BC (or before or after, the evidence is scant). What we do know though is they built larger houses, probably to.