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Female figurine with movable legs. Handmade. Bell-shaped body with modeled breasts, tall neck ending in a bird-like face. From Thebes. Early 7th c. BC. This figurine was the inspiration for Phoibos and Athena, the mascots for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

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Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; goddess facing right, wearing elaborate headdress, long hair and holding a flower; hieroglyphic Hittite inscription around top; painted black in imitation of original basalt; mounted in wooden frame. Culture/period: Neo-Hittite - 10thC BC (original)

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Çatalhöyük - Venus Please, let's bring this figure back into fashion!!! ;)

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Female Statuette Western Iran 1350-800 B.C. Ceramic via > Angharad - pinterest

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Anatolian Terracotta Fertility Goddess. Origin: Anatolia Circa: 3000BC to 2000BC. Collection: Near Eastern. Art Style: Neolithic. Medium: Terracotta. Location: Great Britain

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Head of a Cow Goddess (Hathor or Mehetweret) Date: ca. 1390–1352 B.C. Accession Number: 19.2.5

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Astarte Goddess, Syro-Hittite, North Syria or Lebanon, Terracotta, 2nd millennium BCE

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