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2800-2300 BCE Marble Head and neck of a figurine canonical type, Spedos variety. Cycladic culture flourished in the islands of the Aegean from 3300 - 2000 BCE. Museum of Cycladic Art

Idole féminine. Culture de tépé-Hissar, N.E de l'Iran. / Antiquité : Art des Cyclades. / Musée Barbier-Mueller, Genève.

Standing female figure [Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture] (68.148) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Early Cycladic culture evolved in three phases, from c. 3300 until 2000 BC, when it was increasingly influenced by Minoan Crete, to the south. The Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cycladic culture is best known for its schematic, flat idols (intended to be lying down) carved out of pure white marble centuries before Minoan culture arose.

Marble figures. Cycladic art, ancient Greece The first room of the Museum of Cycladic Art is. All findings are from the Neolithic of the Bronze Age, the dominant are these marble figures Islands Paros, Naxos, predominantly female. With simple, clean lines created the forms of female divinity of the culture of the Bronze Age.

Figures féminines assises de type violon, culture du Cycladique, pourtour méditerranéen, Cycladique ancien I, vers 3000-2800 avant JC - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller