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Greek terracotta from Tanagra,IV BC

Greek terracotta from Tanagra,IV BC

Marble female funerary statue, found on Delos, Cyclades Copy made in the 2nd c. BC of an original dating from about 300 BC Marble female funerary statue. It was found on the island of Delos, in the Cyclades. The female figure is rendered in the type of the Small Herculaneum Woman. She wears a full-length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. Traces of colour are preserved on the hair and on the garments of the figure.

Marble female funerary statue, found on Delos, Cyclades Copy made in the 2nd c. BC of an original dating from about 300 BC Marble female funerary statue. It was found on the island of Delos, in the Cyclades. The female figure is rendered in the type of the Small Herculaneum Woman. She wears a full-length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. Traces of colour are preserved on the hair and on the garments of the figure.

Close up of a sitting wooden statue of Maitraya, Prpperty of Koryu-ji temple, National Treasure of Japan 広隆寺弥勒菩薩半跏像左半面相 国宝

Close up of a sitting wooden statue of Maitraya, Prpperty of Koryu-ji temple, National Treasure of Japan 広隆寺弥勒菩薩半跏像左半面相 国宝

Standing Female Greece, early 3rd century B.C. Sculpture Terracotta

Standing Female Greece, early 3rd century B.C. Sculpture Terracotta

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)

Veiled woman, Greek statuette (terracotta), 4th century BC, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Veiled woman, Greek statuette (terracotta), 4th century BC, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

National Living Treasure of Japan, Jomon no Megami (a goddess figure from the Jomon era,  known as the Nishinomae ceramic figure) , 14000 BC 国宝・縄文の女神

National Living Treasure of Japan, Jomon no Megami (a goddess figure from the Jomon era, known as the Nishinomae ceramic figure) , 14000 BC 国宝・縄文の女神

National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece

National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece

Court lady, China, Tang period, 8/9th century

Court lady, China, Tang period, 8/9th century

Hacha Maya, probably Guatemala 	AD 600-900

Hacha Maya, probably Guatemala AD 600-900

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