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

La diosa babilónica Ishtar (II milenio a.C.)

Anthropomorphic vessel ca. 1350-800 B.C.E. Nortwestern Iran

DOGU ancient doll from japan. BC2500

Late Cypriot II, ca. 1450–1200 B.C. Terracotta bird head

A Rhodian terracotta figural alabastron Archaic, circa 6th Century B.C. Goddesses often hold birds or have birds on their heads.

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Four Terracotta Figurines, 2nd Millenium B.C. comprising a Syro-Hittite figure of a goddess of slender flattened form with short outstreched arms, wearing a notched girdle and applied collar, her bird-like face with large circular eyes and pierced coiffure, and three Elamite goddesses, each with hands held under breasts.

名称 おおがたしゃこうきどぐう 大形遮光器土偶 産地 秋田県桂の沢 時代 縄文晩期中葉 制作年 BC800年頃 寸法 H-26.5 北秋田市教育委員会

Chalcolithic Goddesses (Copper Age) (3500 – 2300 BC) via > etsi-ketsi.net

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