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Seated female figure

Seated Mother Goddess from Catalhoyuk (Turkey), Neolithic age (about 6000-5500 BCE), today in Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara. (wiki). Head is modern reconstruction.

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Location: \'Ain Ghazal

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Wild bull horns

Wild bull horns on pillars in Building 77 at Catalhoyuk site. www.catalhoyuk.com

Category: Sculpture

Location: Çatalhöyük

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Author: Jason Quinlan

Reference: http://www.c

Small female figurine

Small figurine found at Çatalhöyük in 2008

Category: Sculpture

Location: Çatalhöyük

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Author: Jason Quinlan

Reference: www.catalhoy

Statuette of a seated female nude

Statuette of a seated nude from Catalhoyuk, one of the earliest examples representing the Mother Goddess.

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Human figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: \'Ain Ghazal

Material: Plaster

Collection: FRL

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Half human figure

This example, known to the BM as \'Micah\', is one of many from the \'Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase.

Category: Sculpture

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Material: Lime plaster, reed armature

Collection: BM

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Reference: Micah

Human figure

This example, known to the BM as Noah, is one of many from the \\'Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase

Category: Sculpture

Location: \'Ain Ghazal

Material: Lime plaster, reed armature

Collection: BM

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Reference: Noah

Human figure

This example, known to the BM as Heifa, is one of many from the \\'Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase.

Category: Sculpture

Location: \'Ain Ghazal

Material: Lime plaster, reed armature

Collection: BM

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Reference: Heifa

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Seated female figure

Clay Halaf figure

Category: Sculpture

Location: Tell Halaf

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Collection: NYMM

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Female figure

The Walters Art Museum

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Location: Halaf

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Reference: 48.2741

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Carved Jar

Egg shaped stone jar with flat base; carved with two lions attacking bulls, with a scale pattern in 3 rows indicating the ground below; the neck is lost; two holes drilled opposite one another in the shoulder suggest that the jar may have been suspended.Rim and neck broken off.(BM)Late Uruk

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Material: Granite

Collection: BM

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Reference: 128886

Statuette of a bull

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Cylinder seal

The king-priest and his acolyte feeding the sacred herd(wiki)

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Material: Limestone

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Carved head

Alabaster head; could represent god, goddess or worshipper; a vertical groove at the back of the head, with nail holes on the sides, suggests that it was originally fixed to a pole.(BM)Late Uruk

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Material: Alabaster

Collection: BM

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Reference: 126460