A figurine from Mehrgarh [Pakistan], c. 3000 BCE. (Musée Guimet, Paris) The oldest figurines in South Asia were found at Mehrgarth...and were prevalent even before pottery appears. Called figurines by some scholars, rather than "mother goddess", because they consider them to have likely cultic significance. Mehrgarh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indus Valley Civilization (with images) · MarsChrisHughey
Indus Valley Ancient Civilization (3300–1300 BC; mature period 2600–1900 BC) This is the Harappa site. Adam and Eve’s twin sons Ganeri and Harapp descendants settled this area of Indus Valley.
Seated Mother Goddess | Pakistan (Baluchistan) | Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan)
The Indus Valley: Mohenjo-daro, Harappa - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations
Ancient world history: Interwoven history of all the world's original civilizations in chronological context and in book format: Indus Valley
Mysterious Lady Of The Spiked Throne - A Unique And Very Complex Artifact
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Bath Area, Mohenjo-daro
Almost every house unit at Mohenjo-daro was equipped with a private bathing area with drains to take the dirty water out into a larger drain that emptied into a sewage drain.
Ancient to Medieval (And Slightly Later) History
Polychrome Terracotta Bull Cult Figure, Indus Valley Civilization, c. 3rd Millennium BC The Indus Valley Civilization was a vast Bronze Age civilization lasting from 3300 to 1300 BC, with its mature...
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Indus Valley Painted Terracotta Sculpture of a Zebu Bull - LO.1025 Origin: India/Pakistan Circa: 2600 BC to 1900 BC Dimensions: 4" (10.2cm) high x 7.25" (18.4cm) wide Collection: Asian Art Medium: Terracotta
Figure of a Mother Goddess, from the Ind - Harappan as art print or hand painted oil.
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Indus Valley Terracotta Vessel - LO.1265 Origin: Western India Circa: 3500 BC to 2000 BC Dimensions: 4" (10.2cm) high x 6.25" (15.9cm) wide Collection: Asian Art Medium: Terracotta