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Hittite|1400-1200BC|This beautiful figurine of a Hittite girl is made of ivory. She stands in a  formal pose with her hands by her sides and the proportions of the figure,  lack...

Hittite|1400-1200BC|This beautiful figurine of a Hittite girl is made of ivory. She stands in a formal pose with her hands by her sides and the proportions of the figure, lack...

left: Female figurine of transitional type - Panagia Ridge (1300-1180 B.C.) right: Female figurine of "Phi" type (Φ) (1400-1300 B.C.) Clay likenesses of human figures, animals and all sorts of objects, figurines and figures (called idols) form a unique category of finds which characterize the Mycenaean civilization through their large numbers, distinctive characteristics and charm.

left: Female figurine of transitional type - Panagia Ridge (1300-1180 B.C.) right: Female figurine of "Phi" type (Φ) (1400-1300 B.C.) Clay likenesses of human figures, animals and all sorts of objects, figurines and figures (called idols) form a unique category of finds which characterize the Mycenaean civilization through their large numbers, distinctive characteristics and charm.

Three female figures, ca. 1400–1300 b.c.; Late Helladic IIIA  Mycenaean #GISSLER #interiordesign

Three female figures, ca. 1400–1300 b.c.; Late Helladic IIIA Mycenaean #GISSLER #interiordesign

PETITE FIGURINE FÉMININE   CULTURE INCA  PÉROU  1400-1500 AP. J.-C.  SMALL INCA SILVER FEMALE FIGURE, PERU

PETITE FIGURINE FÉMININE CULTURE INCA PÉROU 1400-1500 AP. J.-C. SMALL INCA SILVER FEMALE FIGURE, PERU

3 Terracotta female figures, period: Late Helladic IIIA,  date: ca. 1400–1300 B.C.,  culture: Helladic, Mycenaean - These terracotta female figurines are referred to as phi (35.11.17-.18), tau (35.11.16), or psi figurines, for their resemblance in shape to those Greek letters. They generally wear a long, enveloping garment, perhaps a kind of robe. Their long hair is usually drawn back in a plait or "ponytail," with some loose locks over the forehead.

3 Terracotta female figures, period: Late Helladic IIIA, date: ca. 1400–1300 B.C., culture: Helladic, Mycenaean - These terracotta female figurines are referred to as phi (35.11.17-.18), tau (35.11.16), or psi figurines, for their resemblance in shape to those Greek letters. They generally wear a long, enveloping garment, perhaps a kind of robe. Their long hair is usually drawn back in a plait or "ponytail," with some loose locks over the forehead.

SUPPORTING IMAGE 1 Figure of woman carrying olla (water vessel).   Belonging to the Inca culture in Peru, they were known for their intricate metalwork (silver) at around 1400 AD. From an historical view, I'd like to think that the earspools in particular were created whilst in the Inca empire. Figurines such as these however would have been used as offerings rather than to emphasize status

SUPPORTING IMAGE 1 Figure of woman carrying olla (water vessel). Belonging to the Inca culture in Peru, they were known for their intricate metalwork (silver) at around 1400 AD. From an historical view, I'd like to think that the earspools in particular were created whilst in the Inca empire. Figurines such as these however would have been used as offerings rather than to emphasize status

Goddess with birds. The clay bell shapee of these shrine figurines suggest their association with fertility. These figurines are numerous, like the snake goddess figures.

Goddess with birds. The clay bell shapee of these shrine figurines suggest their association with fertility. These figurines are numerous, like the snake goddess figures.

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