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Human skull, originally plastered and painted. From the Neolithic settlement at Jericho, c.7000 BC. One of several from the site, all were found with bivalve shells inset for the eyes, except for this example with cowrie shells. This is thought by some to be one of the earliest human portraits and probably relates to a form of ancestor veneration. Excavated in 1955 at Jericho by Dame Kathleen Kenyon. Ashmolean Museum

Human skull, originally plastered and painted. From the Neolithic settlement at Jericho, c.7000 BC. One of several from the site, all were found with bivalve shells inset for the eyes, except for this example with cowrie shells. This is thought by some to be one of the earliest human portraits and probably relates to a form of ancestor veneration. Excavated in 1955 at Jericho by Dame Kathleen Kenyon. Ashmolean Museum

Human Head, 10th millennium B.C. Eynan/Ain Mallaha Collection of the Israel Antiquities Authority, IDAM 57-895 After the last Ice Age, as the climate became warmer and rainfall more abundant, the nomadic population of the eastern Mediterranean began to establish the first permanent settlements. The site of Eynan/Ain Mallaha, situated between the hills of Galilee and Lake Hula in the Levant, was inhabited from 10,000 to 8200 B.C., during the Natufian period.

Human Head -- Circa BCE -- Carved after the last Ice Age at the site of Eynan (in Hebrew)/Ain Mallaha (in Arabic) situated between the hills of Galilee & Lake Hula in the Levant, inhabited during the Natufian period.

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