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mini-girlz: “ Kostenki Venus 23 000 - 21 000 BC Limestone H 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. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Ancient History, Art History, Art Pariétal, Objets Antiques, Paleolithic Era, Art Antique, Art Premier

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mini-girlz: “ Kostenki Venus 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...

Bison sculpted from mammoth ivory. Found at Zaraysk, Russia.The Zaraysk Kremlin Museum, Zaraysk, Russian Federation, via British Museum) Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Art, Ancient History, Art History, Religions Du Monde, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Art Rupestre, Prehistoric Man

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Bison sculpted from mammoth ivory. Found at Zaraysk, Russia. About 20,000 years old

Pendants shaped like flying birds Mammoth tusk; 23 000 - 19 000 BP Malta Site (Excavations of M. Gerasimov, Siberia, the River Belaya, near Irkutsk, Russia Ancient History, Art History, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Primitive, Ice Age, Ancient Artifacts, Bronze Age, Malta

The Mal'ta - Buret' venuses and culture in Siberia

The vast territory of North and Central Asia represents a poorly understood region in the prehistoric era, despite intensive excavations that have been conducted during the past century. The earliest human occupation in this region probably began sometime around 40 000 years ago. Small groups of big-game hunters likely migrated into this region from lands to the south and southwest, confronting a harsh climate and long, dry winters. By about 22 000 BP, two principal cultural traditions had…

The years old Venus from Kostenki has never been on display outside Russia - until now! Paleolithic Period, Paleolithic Art, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Venus, Fertility Symbols, Aliens, Archaeological Discoveries, Mother Goddess

The 23.000 years old Venus from Kostenki has never been on display outside Russia - until now!. Photo: LWL/Egbert.

The 23.000 years old Venus from Kostenki. Photo: LWL/Egbert.

MALTE Figurine d'une femme Dimensions:.. Hauteur environ 4,4 cm Âge 22000 - 21000 années Paleolithic Period, Ancient Goddesses, Mother Goddess, Minoan, Human Art, Ancient Art, Venus, Sculptures, Malta Gozo

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MALTE Figurine d'une femme Dimensions:.. Hauteur environ 4,4 cm Âge 22000 - 21000 années

Venus figures from the Kostenki - Borshevo region on the Don River Fertility Symbols, Paleolithic Era, Ancient Goddesses, The Ancient One, Mother Goddess, Divine Feminine, Religious Art, Oeuvre D'art, Archaeology

Venus figures from the Kostenki - Borshevo region on the Don River

Kostenki is a very important Paleolithic site on the Don River in Russia. It was a settlement which contained venus figures, dwellings made of mammoth bones, and many flint tools and bone implements. Kostenki / Kostienki is not actually a single site but really an area on the right bank of the Don River in the regions of the villages of Kostenki and Borshevo, consisting of more than twenty site locations, all dating to the Paleolithic.

The Upper Paleolithic period saw great changes in the world as Homo sapiens became the only hominid running around on our planet. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Paleolithic Period, Art Pariétal, Early Humans, Berber, Historical Art, Bronze Age, Genetics

24,000-year-old skeletal remains raise new questions about first Americans

Results from a DNA study of a young boy's skeletal remains believed to be 24,000 years old could turn the archaeological world upside down –...

MALTE Figurine d'une femme avec des os de mammouth Dimensions:. Hauteur 13,4 cm Âge 22000 - 21000 années Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Fertility Symbols, Early Middle Ages, Mother Goddess, Tutankhamun, Divine Feminine, Female Images, Antiquities

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MALTE Figurine d'une femme avec des os de mammouth Dimensions:. Hauteur 13,4 cm Âge 22000 - 21000 années

Figurine of a flying bird Mammoth tusk; 60 x 50 mm Maltinsko-buretskaya Culture. 23 000 - 19 000 BP Mal'ta Site (Excavations of M. Gerasimov, Siberia, the River Belaya, near Irkutsk, Russia Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Nicolas Vanier, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Early Humans, Animal Bones, Old Stone, Human Art

The Mal'ta - Buret' venuses and culture in Siberia

The vast territory of North and Central Asia represents a poorly understood region in the prehistoric era, despite intensive excavations that have been conducted during the past century. The earliest human occupation in this region probably began sometime around 40 000 years ago. Small groups of big-game hunters likely migrated into this region from lands to the south and southwest, confronting a harsh climate and long, dry winters. By about 22 000 BP, two principal cultural traditions had…

The Mal'ta - Buret' venuses and culture in Siberia Fertility Symbols, Early Humans, Animal Bones, Mobile Art, Human Art, Bone Carving, Large Animals, Central Europe, Divine Feminine

The Mal'ta - Buret' venuses and culture in Siberia

The vast territory of North and Central Asia represents a poorly understood region in the prehistoric era, despite intensive excavations that have been conducted during the past century. The earliest human occupation in this region probably began sometime around 40 000 years ago. Small groups of big-game hunters likely migrated into this region from lands to the south and southwest, confronting a harsh climate and long, dry winters. By about 22 000 BP, two principal cultural traditions had…

Pendant shaped like a bird, apparently a duck or similar short necked water bird This looks almost identical to that above but from a different angle. Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art Pariétal, Stone Age Tools, Paleolithic Art, Early Humans, Reindeer Antlers, Indian Artifacts, Animal Bones

The Mal'ta - Buret' venuses and culture in Siberia

The vast territory of North and Central Asia represents a poorly understood region in the prehistoric era, despite intensive excavations that have been conducted during the past century. The earliest human occupation in this region probably began sometime around 40 000 years ago. Small groups of big-game hunters likely migrated into this region from lands to the south and southwest, confronting a harsh climate and long, dry winters. By about 22 000 BP, two principal cultural traditions had…

Head of lioness. Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Indian Artifacts, Bone Carving, Central Europe, Opals, Native American Indians, Ancient Art, Prehistoric

Head of lioness. Kostenki 1 (Polyakov site). 23.000-21.000 BC.Image Catalogue

Image Gallery. Head of lioness. Kostenki 1 (Polyakov site). 23.000-21.000 BC.