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Das Wiener Naturhistorische Museum ist eines der bedeutenden naturwissenschaftlichen Museen der Welt. Seine frühesten Sammlungen sind über 250 Jahre alt. Heute werden 25 Millionen Objekte wissenschaftlich betreut.

Female Statuette Halaf Culture BCE - Art of Mesopotamia - Wikipedia Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Arte Latina, Art Pariétal, Cradle Of Civilization, Art Antique, Mother Goddess, Sacred Feminine, Art Sculpture

A figure often interpreted as a depiction of a mother goddess from Samarra, ca 6000 BCE (Louvre Museum)

The Venus of Petřkovice (Czech: Petřkovická venuše or Landecká venuše) is a pre-historic Venus figurine, a mineral statuette of a nude female figure, dated to about BCE (Gravettian industry) in Czechoslovakia. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Venus, Paleolithic Period, Mother Goddess, Ceramic Figures, Divine Feminine, Ancient Civilizations, Female Images

Venus of Petřkovice is a pre-historic Venus figurine, a mineral statuette of a nude female figure, dated to about 23,000 BCE (Gravettian industry) in Czechoslovakia.

Mother goddess - "Bird Lady" a Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, Naganda IIa Predynastic BCE, Brooklyn Museum Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Egyptian Goddess, Art Pariétal, Brooklyn Museum Of Art, Chinese Symbols, Mayan Symbols

"Bird Lady" a Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, Naganda IIa Predynastic 3500-3400 BCE, Brooklyn Museum

The Venus of Hohle Fels is an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine dated to between 35 000 and 40 000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, and is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art in general Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, Beltane, Venus, Paleolithic Art, Ancient Goddesses, Historical Art, Ancient Artifacts

Venus vom Hohlen Fels is an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine hewn from ivory of a mammoth tusk found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany. It is dated to between 35,000 and 40,000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, at the very beginning of the Upper Paleolithic, which is associated with the earliest presence of Cro-Magnon in Europe.

Venus of Willendorf, ca. (Gravettian), Naturhistorisches Museum Wien (Photo: Don Hitchcock, Wikipedia) Rodin, Ancient History, Art History, History Museum, Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Ancient Discoveries, Mother Goddess, Divine Mother, Modern Man

Venus of Willendorf is a 11.1-centimeter (4.4 in) high statuette of a female figure estimated to have been made between about 28,000 and 25,000 BCE.[

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Venus of Galgenberg; a figurine of the Paleolithic Aurignacian culture, dated to c. discovered in 1988 close to Stratzing, Austria, (not far from the site of the Venus of Willendorf); sculpted from green serpentine rock. She is a dancer. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, History Museum, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Paleolithic Art, Paleolithic Period, Art Pariétal

Venus of Galgenberg is a Venus figurine of the Aurignacian, dated to ca. 30,000 years ago. Museum of Natural History in Vienna, Austria

Isis-Aphrodite - Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Painted terracotta votive figure of Isis-Aphrodite, crowned and nude; syncretic icon of Egyptian- Greco-Roman worship, century CE. NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Art Romain, Rome Antique, Roman Art

Figure of Isis-Aphrodite | Roman Period | The Met

Isis-Aphrodite is a form of the great goddess Isis that emphasizes the fertility aspects associated with Aphrodite. She was concerned with marriage and childbirth and, following very ancient pharaonic prototypes, also with rebirth

Venus of Laussel − BCE): Discovered in 1911 by physician J. The figure is found in a rock shelter, carved onto a piece of fallen limestone.The first forms of Art made were the Venus Figurines of the Prehistoric Upper Paleolithic Period. Ancient History, Art History, History Pics, Potnia Theron, Paleolithic Art, Paleolithic Period, Art Pariétal, Art Rupestre, Ancient Goddesses

Venus of Laussel is a Venus figurine, a 18.11 inches high limestone bas-relief of a nude female figure, painted with red ochre. It was carved into a large block of fallen limestone in a rock shelter (abri de Lausselfr:Abri de Cap Blanc) in the commune of Marquay, in the Dordogne department of southwestern France. The carving is associated with the Gravettian Upper Paleolithic culture (approximately 25,000 years old).

Detail of the right arm and the horn.The figure holds a wisent horn, or possibly a cornucopia, in one hand, which has 13 notches. According to some researchers, this may symbolize the number of moons or the number of menstrual cycles in one year. Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Lascaux, Ancient Goddesses, Mother Goddess, Iron Age, Menstrual Cycle, Divine Feminine, Ancient Art

Detail of the right arm and horn of the Venus of Laussel. The figure was discovered in 1911 by J. G. Lalanne, a physician. It was carved into large block of limestone in a rock shelter (abri de Laussel) at the commune of Marquay in the Dordogne department of southwestern France. It is now in the Musée d'Aquitaine in Bordeaux, France.

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Das Wiener Naturhistorische Museum ist eines der bedeutenden naturwissenschaftlichen Museen der Welt. Seine frühesten Sammlungen sind über 250 Jahre alt. Heute werden 25 Millionen Objekte wissenschaftlich betreut.

Catalogue Angles-sur-l’Anglin, Le Roc-aux-Sorciers : art et parure du Magdalénien - Cave Taillebourg - Statuette féminine (?) - RMN - musée d’Archéologie nationale (MAN) Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Cave, Prehistoric, Venus, Catalogue, Angles, France, Female

Catalogue Angles-sur-l’Anglin, Le Roc-aux-Sorciers : art et parure du Magdalénien - Cave Taillebourg - Statuette féminine (?) - RMN - musée d’Archéologie nationale (MAN)