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Figurine, 800s BC Iran, Amlash, 9th Century BC  terracotta

Figurine, 800s BC Iran, Amlash, 9th Century BC terracotta

Terracotta figure of a goddess with upraised arms. Late Minoan IIIC (`1200-1100). These numerous religious idols made of cheep materials are characteristic of the decline of Minoan Crete.

Terracotta figure of a goddess with upraised arms. Late Minoan IIIC (`1200-1100). These numerous religious idols made of cheep materials are characteristic of the decline of Minoan Crete.

Anatolia Goddess : Neolithic Anatolia ca 5500 Published January 18, 2016 at 236 × 328 in Ancient Mythology and Current Reality Part One

Anatolia Goddess : Neolithic Anatolia ca 5500 Published January 18, 2016 at 236 × 328 in Ancient Mythology and Current Reality Part One

Limestone Fertility Goddess from Chalkolithic from  Cyprus, 3000-2500 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, California, USA

Limestone Fertility Goddess from Chalkolithic from Cyprus, 3000-2500 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, California, USA

Anatolian stylized female figure, > 3500 BC, 3500 BCE - 2500 BCE constructed from a sheet of hammered silver fashioned into a figure-eight shape. The figure’s head is pierced by two holes to indicate the eyes, and a narrow inward curving neck joins the head to a wide round body. The otherwise flat surface of the idol is marked with a vertical line of dots punched from the back of the object, and a circular arrangement of punched dots outlining the edge of body.

Anatolian stylized female figure, > 3500 BC, 3500 BCE - 2500 BCE constructed from a sheet of hammered silver fashioned into a figure-eight shape. The figure’s head is pierced by two holes to indicate the eyes, and a narrow inward curving neck joins the head to a wide round body. The otherwise flat surface of the idol is marked with a vertical line of dots punched from the back of the object, and a circular arrangement of punched dots outlining the edge of body.

Sumerian Idol.

Sumerian Idol.

One of the World's oldest known statues* “Balıklıgöl Statue” in the Urfa Museum is a two-meter high statue of a male which was discovered in Balıklıgöl, Turkey in 1993. The statue is made of limestone and the eyes are carved out of obsidian.

One of the World's oldest known statues* “Balıklıgöl Statue” in the Urfa Museum is a two-meter high statue of a male which was discovered in Balıklıgöl, Turkey in 1993. The statue is made of limestone and the eyes are carved out of obsidian.

recovered from the Uluburun shipwreck, Late Bronze Age, ca 1300 BC, Turkey

recovered from the Uluburun shipwreck, Late Bronze Age, ca 1300 BC, Turkey

Relief Depicting the Son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th Century Bc Giclee Print at AllPosters.com

Relief Depicting the Son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th Century Bc Giclee Print at AllPosters.com

Fırtına Tanrısı Teşhup. MÖ 15. yy. Doğantepe Beldesi. Amasya

Fırtına Tanrısı Teşhup. MÖ 15. yy. Doğantepe Beldesi. Amasya