“Astarte” Figures, Clay 13th century B.C. Cyprus.

“Astarte” Figures, Clay 13th century B.C. Cyprus.

Figurine of Goddess from Anatolia, early Bronze Age, circa 2500–2300 BCE

Figurine of Goddess from Anatolia, early Bronze Age, circa 2500–2300 BCE

Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000)

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.

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)

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

Four Astarte figurines. Clay (around 1000 BCE) Iron Age II, Israel Museum

Dogu -Japan 2500-1000 bce

Dogu -Japan 2500-1000 bce

Jomon goddess figure, left side. (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BCE to about 300 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.

This earthenware was made during the latter part of the Jomon Period.

Ancient Near Eastern Art | Anthropomorphic vessel | S1986.501

Ancient Near Eastern Art | Anthropomorphic vessel | S1986.501

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