3.1. Interpretarea simbolurilor neolitice - Seimeni - de la piatra şlefuită la fier
Tripod Pottery - Neolithic Period
3000-2000 BCE Description This figure stands with feet together. It is unclear whether the arms, suggested by a raising of the material, bend at the elbow and embrace the chest or whether they continue downwards to the knees.
Most of the Venus figures in Malta were found in or around temples, reinforcing the suggesting of an association with religious worship.
Gorzsai Vénusz Körös-kultúra. Kr.e. 5.140 – 4.450., Hódmezővásárhely-Gorzsa, Kovács-tanya, Hungary. / Körös culture, Neolithic Central Europe, circa 5,800 B.C.E. — circa 5,300 B.C.E
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"She was the invisible patterning or formations of energy whose intricate and interdependent system of relationships were respected even though they were not understood. She was experienced as a law, a profound patterning which the whole of life reflected and obeyed in the way it functioned, from the circumpolar movement of the stars to the tiniest insect." Anne Baring on Prehistoric Ceramic Figures and Early Earth Goddesses, by Earthen
Venus of Willendorf - prehistoric art- 24,000-22,000 BCE, red ochre & limestone
"Na generalidade da comunidade científica considera-se que as Vénus do paleolítico foram feitas por homens num acto de veneração pelas mulheres enquanto fonte da vida. No entanto, é de assinalar uma opinião diferente: Le Roy Mc Dermott (...), sugeriu que as distorções características destas figuras (...) eram devidas ao facto de terem sido esculpidas por mulheres grávidas que representavam o seu próprio corpo." (Ana Maria Mendes Moreira). Da pasta: Tradições, Mitologias, Ícones, Holismo.
Eye Goddesses, #Goddess Ishtar Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian “Eye Temple” of Tell Brak, which date from about 3650-3550 BC. This temple was dedicated to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar (Inanna). They are all unique and yet the same.