Venus figurine from Kostenki | 23 000 - 21 000 BC. Limestone H 10.2 cm. This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’, with overlarge breasts and belly. The faceless head bends towards the chest while the arms are pressed to the body with hands on the belly. Covering the surface of the head are rows of incisions indicating a hair style or cap. Relief work in the form of a tight plait convey a breast ornament tied up at the back. There are bracelets on the arms.
#Archaeology -- Venus de Brassempouy -- 27000-25000 BCE (Upper Paleolithic Era) Fragmentary, ivory figurine found in a cave near Brassempouy, France in 1892. The earliest known realistically-fashioned image of a woman. On display @ Musee d'Archeologie Nationale @ Saint Germaine-en-Laye
Pietrele Stone Figurine It is the second stone figurine found in Pietrele and, indeed, the third in Romania! Further representations in clay include models of houses, tables and many others. The amount of artifacts made of bone and antler is especially high c. 4400 and 4250 BC