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Stone age art includes art forms created during the first known period of human culture in Europe. Characterized by the use of stone implements, the period is divided roughly into three segments: Paleolithic (c. 35,000 - 8,000 BC); Mesolithic (c. 8,000 - 3,500 BC); Neolithic (c. 5,000 - 1,500 BC). By using radiocarbon dating, archeologists have been able to associate their findings with these distant time periods.

During the Paleolithic period, the art forms are directly associated with the stone and bone industries (such as perforated bone or tooth pendants). Cave paintings with animals and the so-called Venuses--statuettes of women, often pregnant--have been found suggesting the practice of hunting and fertility rituals. As the Ice Age of the late Paleolithic gave way to a transition period, the Mesolithic, Europe became climatically, geographically and biologically much as it is today. In the Mesolithic Period, the art-forms shift to more stylized human figures in wall paintings and on engraved bone and antler. By the Neolithic or New Stone age, the advances in technology such as farming,weaving, the advent of pottery and the construction of monumental structures such as Stonehenge, indicate that humankind--once strictly nomadic--begin to settle and develop their land.
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Venus of Lespugue Prehistoric Goddess Necklace - ETM-506 Venus of Lespugue Prehistoric Goddess Replica, Parastone - VEN02 Venus of Willendorf Prehistoric Mother Goddess Statue - VEN01 Venus of Willendorf Necklace - ETM-505
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Venus of Lespugue Prehistoric Goddess Necklace, prehistoric mother goddess, earth goddess jewelry, mother goddess, museum store jewelry Venus of Lespugue Prehistoric Goddess, Parastone Mouseion 3D statue, prehistoric venus statues, venus impudique, paleolithic statue replicas, ancient goddesses Venus of Willendorf, fertility goddesses, prehistoric museum art reproductions, Parastone Mouseion 3D Collection, museum gift store
She symbolizes the nurturing and support that mother-hood creates. She is fat, showing her abundant life-energy. L: 1.5" W: 0.5" Famous prehistoric female nude found near Lespugue which shows exaggerated female body. Parastone. 6.5"H x 2.5"W x 2"D PN#: VEN01. Prehistoric fertility goddess statue. Parastone Museum Collection. 5"H x 2.75"W x 2.25"D This pendant is based on an ancient statue found in Germany, and made more than 25,000 years ago. It is the oldest religious. L: 1.5" W: 0.5"
Priestess of the Serpents Pewter Pendant Necklace - ETM-525 Faceless Cycladic Goddess Pewter Pendant Necklace - ETM-517 Luna Pewter Pendant Necklace - ETM-509 Nile Goddess Pendant Necklace - ETM-508
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This pendant shows a Priestess of the religion of the ancient people of Knossos, who flourished about three and a half millennia. L: 1.5" W: 0.5" This Goddess Head is from an ancient European Culture, long before the Greeks or Romans. Only her nose is shown; just. L: 1.25" W: 0.5" Luna is the Latin/Roman name for the moon goddess. The religion of ancient Persia, Zoroastrianism, also knew her by that. Diam: 0.75" This Nile Goddess is from the earliest period in Egyptian History, before the time of the Pharaohs. She had been identified as the. Diam: 0.75"
Macha, Celtic Earth Goddess Necklace - ETM-522 Cycladic Head Statue, Early Greek - G-034SM Cycladic Thinker Statue - G-022S Egyptian Five Sacred Symbols Charm Bracelet - 6540
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Cycladic Head on Marble Base | Cycladic Museum Gifts | Museum reproductions from Cyclades early Greek art history, museum greek statue replicas Cycladic Thinker Statue | Museumize | Museum reproductions from Greek art history, museum greek statue replicas Egyptian Five Sacred Symbols Charm Bracelet | Museumize | Egyptian jewelery reproductions, hieroglyph tablet, sphinx, pharaoh, sacred eye and the falcon, Egyptian museum store
Macha is a fertility goddess who actually was worshiped in Ireland by the Picts before the arrival of the Celts. She is shown. L: 1.5" W: 1.0" Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, 2800-2300 B.C. During the period between 3200 and 2000 B.C. the small Cycladic islands (Cyclades, Greece) in the Aegean became home to a flourishing pre-Greek culture. T 5.5"H (14cm) During the period between 3200 and 2000 B.C. the small Cycladic islands in the Aegean became home to a flourishing culture. The most prominent craft in Cycladic culture was stone-cutting. 6.5"H x 2.5"L x 3.5"W PN# 6540. Egyptian charm bracelet with five sacred symbols: hieroglyph tablet, sphinx, pharaoh, sacred eye and the falcon. 1.25"H x 7.5"L
Ishtar / Inanna from Mesopotamia - D-086SM Minoan Greek Snake Goddess Statue from Crete - D-082SP Nathor Nile River Goddess Statue - D-085SM Turriga Mother Prehistoric Goddess Sculpture From Senorbi - D-092SM
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Ishtar / Inanna from Mesopotamia Minoan snake goddess, mother goddess, Minoan reproduction, snake goddess reproduction, Minoan goddess, snake-charmer Nathor Nile Egyptian River Goddess, fertility goddess, bird goddess, egyptian ancient art, predynastic times Turriga Mother Goddess Sculpture From Senorbi, prehistoric goddess, fertility, abstract woman nude
Ishtar / Inanna from Mesopotamia, In ancient times, she was addressed as Mother of the Fruitful Breast, Queen of Heaven, Creator of People, and Mother of Deities. The Babylonian mother goddess. 11.5"H The people of Crete seem to have worshiped a mother goddess sacred to many places and manifest in many forms. 12.25"H x 7.5"W x 2.5"D Nathor Nile River Goddess, This Egyptian fertility bird Goddess (c. 3600 BC) appeared in early predynastic times as a funerary figure with a beaked face and wing-like arms and hands. 11"H For this prehistoric goddess, he artist has rendered just enough of the human form to distinguish it as human and female. 8"H.
Venus of Willendorf Prehistoric Mother Goddess Statue - D-080SM Diana of Ephesus with Many Breasts Greek Roman Goddess Statue - D-090S
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Venus of Willendorf Statue Reproduction - Oldest Surviving Mother Goddess | Prehistoric art reproductions, lady from willendorf, willendorf sculpture, Paleolithic art Diana of Ephesus with Many Breasts Greek Roman Goddess Statue | Greek statue reproductions | museum replicas from Greece Rome, pagan religion, worship at Ephesus, seven wonders of the ancient world, greek roman museum statue reproductions
Venus of Willendorf, this reproduction is one of the oldest surviving icons of femininity (c. 30,000 BC). Originally found in Willendorf, Austria, this statuette of a woman represents the earth. 8"H x 2.5"W x 2.5"D Diana has many breasts because she has many children to feed. From the Temple of Ephesus. 11.5"H x 3.75"W x 3.75"D
   
 
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