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L'uomo-leone, scultura di avorio di mammut che risale a circa 40.000 a.C. e fu trovata in Germania nella grotta Stadel-Hohlenstein.

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Lucy Churchill saved to Stuff that inspires me Europe - ca.C - Venus Mother Goddess carved from black steatite.C - Venus Mother Goddess carved from black steatite. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Ancient History, Art History, Religions Du Monde, Art Tribal, Art Premier

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Europe - ca. 12,000 BCE - Venus Mother Goddess carved from black steatite.

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

"Venus" Figurines -- Circa BCE -- Carved ivory -- Aurignacian-Gravettian, from Dolní Věstonice, Mikulov, Moravia, Czech Republic. Paleolithic Period, Paleolithic Art, Venus, Religions Du Monde, Art Pariétal, Ancient Goddesses, Mother Goddess, Art Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture

Stone Age | Definition, Tools, Art, & Facts

Stone Age, prehistoric cultural stage, or level of human development, characterized by the creation and use of stone tools. The Stone Age, whose origin coincides with the discovery of the oldest known stone tools, which have been dated to some 3.3 million years ago, is usually divided into three separate periods.

The Venus of Tursac - is a calcite figure from 25 000 years BP. It was discovered at Tursac, near Sarlat. figurine made ​​from block of translucent calcite , height 8 cm Venus, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Art Pariétal, Art 3d, Religions Du Monde, Fresco

The Venus of Tursac, a figurine of translucent calcite

The Venus de Tursac is a calcite figure from 25 000 years BP. It was discovered on 5th August 1959 by M. Henri Delporte at Tursac, a village in the Perigord, near Sarlat, in the summer of 1959 at 'l'Abri du Facteur'. It is a treasure, a figurine made ​​from a block of translucent calcite measuring 8 cm high and weighing 57.4 grams. While it lacks a head, arms and breasts it is still a very rare and important find.

DOLNÍ VĚSTONICE ca and BP: The site of Dolní Věstonice has also revealed some other very particular figures, showing how much stylization has been pushed to its climax with this female representation that can be confused with the male genital organ. Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Art Pariétal, Art 3d, Religions Du Monde, Prehistoric Period, Paleolithic Art, Ancient Goddesses, Mother Goddess

Sept femmes (Vénus du gra­vet­tien)

De mémoire d'humain, les premières représentations humaines retrouvées parmi les fouilles archéologiques du paléolithique supérieur ne sont pas des représentations masculines, mais bel et bien fémi…

Horse Head sculpture from Ice Age Art: The Arrival of the Modern Mind exhibition at British Museum British Museum, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Arte Tribal

Ice age art: cavemen get crafty at the British Museum – in pictures

A new London exhibition boasts a mind-blowing display of the world's oldest known sculptures, drawings and portraits

The Venus de Sireuil was collected in 1900 in the Dordogne It is estimated to be 25 000 years old. Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Lascaux, Stone Quarry, Ancient Goddesses, Archaeological Discoveries, Mother Goddess, Cartwheel, Divine Feminine

Roc de Cazelle

The Roc de Cazelle has been inhabited since prehistoric times, and the 25 000 year old Venus of Sereuil was found here. It has been occupied almost continuously since. In the Middle Ages many of the caves were deepened and turned into strongholds during the wars of that time. In recent times the lower caverns were used as dwellings for farm owners and their staff, and the whole area has now been turned into displays for tourists to see how their ancestors lived.

 Hamburg-Wittenbergen c. BP: Animals / e)hwbison Identified by… Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Archaeology, Golden Calf, Old Route 66, Early Humans, Image Icon, Metal Engraving, Human Art

e)hwbison

bison. Hamburg-Wittenbergen c. 200,000 BP: Animals / e)hwbison Identified by Walther Matthes as as sculpture of bison. Comment: A masterpiece. Photographer © Walther Matthes. Matthes, W. (1963). Die Entdeckung der Kunst des Alteren und Mittleren Palaeolithikums in Norddeutschland. Jahrbuch for Prahistorische und Ethnographische Kunst (IPEK) 21:1-18, Taf. 7.1.

Dolní Věstonice - femme 1 Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Venus, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Fertility Symbols, Ancient Goddesses, Mother Goddess, Prehistory

Sept femmes (Vénus du gra­vet­tien)

De mémoire d'humain, les premières représentations humaines retrouvées parmi les fouilles archéologiques du paléolithique supérieur ne sont pas des représentations masculines, mais bel et bien fémi…

Carved ivory horse from the Paleolithic period (Magdalenian), discovered in the late century in the cave of Espélugues at Lourdes. Courtesy & currently located at the National Archaeological Museum, France. Photo taken by Guérin Nicolas. Paleolithic Period, Paleolithic Art, Cro Magnon, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Saint Germain En Laye, Art Pariétal, Art Antique, Art Carved

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Carved ivory horse from the Paleolithic period (Magdalenian), discovered in the late 19th century in the cave of Espélugues at Lourdes. Courtesy & currently located at the National Archaeological...

Der zweiten Löwenmensch vom Hohle Fels Venus, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Glyphs, Ancient Art, Mythical Creatures, Caves, Origins, Archaeology

Fächer & Schularten

Der Landesbildungsserver (LBS) Baden-Württemberg ist mit derzeit 1000000 Seitenbesuchen im Monat und seiner Fülle an Materialien einer der größten Bildungsserver in Deutschland.

Female figurines of stone, bone and ivory from various Late Magdalenian sites. from the Gönnersdorf site (Bosinski & Fischer from the Andernach site, Germany (Veil Venus, Anthropology, Atlantis, Archaeology, Poland, Germany, Stone, Ivory, Female

Chipped Stone Venus Figurines from Poland

Female figurines of stone, bone and ivory from various Late Magdalenian sites. 3-5 from the Gönnersdorf site (Bosinski & Fischer 1974); 6-7 from the Andernach site, Germany (Veil 1982).