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Upper Palaeolithic Steppe 20000 BC - 10000 BC Upper Palaeolithic Steppe Oldest known wooden sculpture Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Collection: wikipedia
Çatalhöyük Culture 7500 BC - 5700 BC Neolithic Near East Bull heads from Çatalhöyük in Angora Museum (wiki) Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Çatalhöyük Collection: wikipedia
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt 3500- 3100BC, Naqada II-Naqada III Period. Although described as a bull, it is also possible it is an elephant. Category: Sculpture Material: Ivory Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.7 cm Location: Naqada Collection: BRNY wikipedia
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt Naqada III Period. Possible place collected: Ballana (vicinity), Egypt, Sohag (vicinity), Egypt. Category: Sculpture Material: Pegmatite Dimensions: (24.8 x 20 x 32.5 cm Location: Collection: BRNY wikipedia
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt Naqada II ca. 3500–3300 B. Category: Sculpture Material: Serpentine Bone Dimensions: Location: Naqada Collection: NYMM wikipedia
Uruk period 4000 BC - 2900 BC Neolithic Near East Ancient Mesopotamia 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 Category: Sculpture Material: Alabaster Dimensions: H 17cm Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Early Cycladic Greece 3000 BC - 2500 BC Ancient Greece Head from the figure of a woman, Spedos type, Early Cycladic II (2700 BC–2300 BC), Keros culture. Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Cyclades Collection: FRL wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Alabaster sculpture of bearded male head Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Mari Collection: FRL wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Symbolic weapon deposited in a temple on behalf of a king(BM).From Girsu, Early Dynastic III, Telloh Category: Sculpture Material: Stone Dimensions: H 11.7 cm Diam 11 cm Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Large Cat head figure from Tell Al-Ubaid, Early Dynastic III Category: Sculpture Material: Copper, stone, bitumen Dimensions: 14\\\" x 14\\\" Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Copper alloy mask and bitumen head of a panther or lion cub; associated metal fragments found separately.(BM) Tell Al-Ubaid, Early Dynastic III Category: Sculpture Material: Copper alloy, bitumen Dimensions: H 20.32cm Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Copper alloy head of a young bull, broken from a relief; head complete, partly filled with bitumen, copper alloy fastening nail through the back of the neck; ears complete, eyes and muzzle clearly modelled; crescent in low relief on the forehead. Excavated/Findspot: Tell Al-\'Ubaid, Temple of Ninhursag.(BM) Category: Sculpture Material: Copper alloy, bitumen Dimensions: L 11.43 cm W 13.97cm WT 1278 gm Location: Collection: wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Copper alloy mask and bitumen head of a panther or lion cub; associated fragments found separately.(BM) Early Dynastic III, Tell Al-Ubaid Category: Sculpture Material: Copper alloy, bitumen Dimensions: H 20.32cm Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Gypsum statue of a male figure; only the head is preserved; carved with deeply recessed eye sockets and eyebrows, all originally inlaid, and a shallow recessed area corresponding to the beard which was originally overlaid; the eye sockets still contain extensive traces of bitumen.(BM). Abu Habba (Sippar) Category: Sculpture Material: Gypsum, Bitumen Dimensions: H 11 cm W 8 cm D 10.5 cm Location: Sippar Collection: BM wikipedia
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Copper alloy lion\\\'s head with sand and bitumen filling; associated metal fragments found separately.(BM) Early Dynastic III, Tell Al-Ubaid Category: Sculpture Material: Copper alloy, bitumen, sand Dimensions: Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Akkadian Empire 2270 BC - 2083 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Mace head; carved fromf pink marble; perforated, polished and incised with votive inscription of Shar-kali-sharri to Shamash at Sippar.(BM) From Abu Habba Category: Sculpture Material: Marble Dimensions: Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Akkadian Empire 2270 BC - 2083 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Category: Sculpture Material: Bronze Dimensions: Location: Akkad Collection: NYMM wikipedia
Neo-Palatial Minoan 1700 BC - 1425 BC Ancient Greece This vase is a type of rhyton, or libation vase. The offering was poured through the hole in the animal's muzzle. The vase was filled either by immersion in a large container or through the hole on the head. Using the principle of the siphon, liquid would not flow out as long as the opening at the top was closed with the thumb.(NYMM) Category: Sculpture Material: Terracotta Dimensions: Location: Crete Collection: NYMM wikipedia
18th Dynasty of Egypt 1550 BC - 1292 BC Ancient Egypt Statue of Sekhmet from the temple of Mut. granite, Luxor. National Museum, Copenhagen Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Karnak (Thebes) Collection: wikipedia
Mycenaean Greece 1550 BC - 1060 BC Ancient Greece Silver mycaenean vase (rhtyon) shaped as a bull head.(wiki) Category: Sculpture Material: Silver Dimensions: Location: Mycenae Collection: NAMA wikipedia
Neo-Assyrian Empire 911 BC - 609 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Ivory head of a woman: with long hair and wearing a necklace with four rows of beads. She wears a headband or diadem, knotted at the back, consisting of alternating flowers and discs linked together. (BM) Nimrud Category: Sculpture Material: Ivory Dimensions: H 4.4cm W 3.1cm D 3.6cm Location: Collection: BM wikipedia
Neo-Assyrian Empire 911 BC - 609 BC Ancient Mesopotamia Lamassu. Relief from the m wall, k door, of king Sargon IIs palace at Dur Sharrukin in Assyria (now Khorsabad in Iraq)(wikipedia) Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Collection: FRL wikipedia
Neo-Babylonian Empire 626 BC - 539 BC Ancient Mesopotamia From Hasanlu Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Collection: NYMM wikipedia
Attic Greece 570 BC - 323 BC Ancient Greece National Archaeological Museum of Athens Category: Sculpture Material: Dimensions: Location: Collection: wikipedia
Qin Dynasty 247 BC - 206 BC Ancient China By Charlie - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=39195412 Category: Sculpture Material: Terracotta Dimensions: Location: Collection: wikipedia
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