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Fertility Figure from Egypt dating to 1640-1532 BCE Christie’s

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The Kiss, prehistoric 3200BC, malta

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celtic goddess Brigantia | Carving of Celtic Goddess, Brigantia (influenced by Roman goddess ...

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THREE SYRIAN TERRACOTTA IDOLS CIRCA 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C.

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Goddess with horns. 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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Zaraysk Venus; Not voluptuous, but one of the 'thin' Kostenki - Avdeevo cultures' venuses; Zaraysk or Zaraisk is important Paleolithic site from the Ice Age in Russia; dates between 22,000 and 16,000 years ago; mammoth tusk; Height 166 mm

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Female Figurine This figurine, one of the oldest statuettes ever excavated in Egypt, perhaps represents a priestess or a goddess dancing or performing ritualized mourning at a funeral ritual. Medium: Terracotta, painted Reportedly From: Ma’mariya, Egypt Dates: ca. 3650 -3300 B.C.E. Period: Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa Period

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RARE MOHENJO DARO FERTILITY IDOL. Indus Valley, c. 2500-1500 BC. The female idol with arms crossed under breasts, an animal or child on left arm. 2.25 x 6 inches.

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A Hymn to Hathor (from the 18th Dynasty) - illustration by E. Prisse d’Avennes

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