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Ceramic Seated Venus -- Circa 4500 BCE -- Excavated in Cernavodă, Romania

Ancient mother figure

Venus of Kostenki - Venus figure of a naked woman, her head is covered with rows of shallow teeth cuts. Found in 1936

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I think this could be the work of Kieta Nuij "the inner picture made visible, tangible. The reflection of the soul".

4 C. M.Ö. Bu gümüş sikke üzerinde arı ile Yunan harfleri Ε ϕ (Fi) Efes Antik Yunan şehir (Türkiye) gösterir - yüz onun diğer amblemi show-geyik.   Bal arısı ve geyik Tanrıça Artemis sembolleridir. Rahibeler Artemis Yunanca "dünyaya" anlamına - çoğu için "Bal arısı." Bu nedenle, Ephesus Artemis şehir oldu. Artemis Tapınağı başlangıçta ana tanrıça Kibele ca. için m.ö. 2000 yılına kadar inşa edilmiştir

Ε Φ = Ephesus. Many Ancient Coins had the Emblem of the honey bee on it as it was a symbol of wealth and power. This is due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply.

Neolithic Fertility Goddess Origin: Anatolia Circa: to .elbows form eye shape of idoli

"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 própriocorpo." (Ana Maria Mendes Moreira). Da pasta: Tradições, Mitologias, Ícones, Holismo.

Hand Sculpted Mother Goddesses and Fertility Figures by gislebertus

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic Clay H: 15.1 cm; W: 6.9 cm Israel Antiquities Authority Accession number: IAA 2002-1187

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic Clay H: cm; W: cm Israel Antiquities Authority Accession number: IAA

Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later  barrowed by a horde of cultures  Circa: 3900 BC

SUMERIAN sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later barrowed by a horde of cultures Circa: 3900 BC

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