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Neolithic stone sitting mother goddess/fertility figure, Anatolia, c6th millennium BC. Artist: Werner Forman - Stock Image

Fertility Goddess -- Circa 6000 BCE -- Excavated at Anatolia, Turkey -- FormerlyBelonging to the Schimmel Collection, New York.

The Tărtăria tablets are three tablets, discovered in 1961 at a Neolithic site in the village of Tartaria in Romania. The tablets, dated to around 5300 BC, bear incised symbols - the Vinca symbols - and have been the subject of controversy among archaeologists, some of whom claim that the symbols represent the earliest known form of writing in the world. Similar motifs have been found on pots excavated at Gradeshnitsa in Bulgaria, Vinča in Serbia and other locations in the southern Balkans.

The Tărtăria tablets with some Old Hungarian alfabets from 5300 BC, so it is older than the Sumerian writing system. It was discovered in Transyilvania at the Hungarian "Tatárlaka" village in

Mother Goddess Cave figurine - from Neolithic Age, circa  3,200 - 2,800 BCE, discovered in the town of Capdenac le Haut at France

Mother Goddess Cave figurine - from Neolithic Age, circa - BCE, discovered in the town of Capdenac le Haut at France

JOJO POST STAR GATES: 3500 BC. MESOPOTAMIAN LAPIS AMULET IN THE SHAPE OF A FROG? WHAT IS THE SECRET HIDDEN POWER ON THIS STONE?? AMULETS DIMENSION: L: 2.4 cm. PROVENANCE: Ex- US Private collection, acquired in 1990- New York. This amulet was carved from a small piece of lapis lazuli of bright and intense color in stylized forms. The arched body has no indication of forelegs while the hind legs are folded along the body similar to letter «W» as if the animal was ready to spring. A long…

Mesopotamian Lapis Amulet in the shape of a Frog New York Amulets Date: > 3500 BC, 3500 BC - 2500 BC Culture: Mesopotamian Category: Amulets, Animals Medium: Stone .

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woman dancing in ecstasy, her arms thrown back and back arched

Upper Paleolithic Venus Mother Goddess, Eastern Europe, ca. 12,000 B.C

Upper Paleolithic Venus Mother Goddess, Eastern Europe, ca. 12000 B.

ca. 200 BCE.  Late Jomon period. Ceramic 'female' figurine unearthed from Inariyama Shell Mound, Mimami-ku, Yokohama-shi Kanagawa Japan. Cleveland Museum.

Late Jomon period, ca. Ceramic 'female' figurine unearthed from Inariyama Shell Mound, Mimami-ku, Yokohama-shi Kanagawa Japan.

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