Figurine of Goddess from Anatolia, early Bronze Age, circa 2500–2300 BCE
Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000)
Terracotta female figurine from Cyprus This terracotta figurine of a fertility goddess, dated to circa 13th century BC, is very similar to Astarte figurines found in Syria. She is naked, with prominent hips and is also carrying a child. She has bird-like features, similar to the Syrian statuettes, and around her neck can be seen a multiple-layered necklace, like those on the Cypriot plank figures.
Jomon goddess figure (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC)
Four Astarte figurines. Clay (around 1000 BCE) Iron Age II, Israel Museum
Dogu -Japan 2500-1000 bce
Jomon goddess figure, left side. (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BCE to about 300 BCE)
This earthenware was made during the latter part of the Jomon Period.
Ancient Near Eastern Art | Anthropomorphic vessel | S1986.501