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ancientpeoples: "Marfil figura femenina con el pelo en 9 de la moda egipcia - 8 º siglo aC fenicia (Fuente: El Museo Británico)"

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Les Eyzies, Dordogne,france 21,000 years, jedna od retkih predstava ljudske figure

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Goddess with flowing vase (probably Ishtar) found in Mari. ca. 1800. Syria.

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Syrian Warrior God. Syrian, Phoenician, 1550-1150 BCE.

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South America: Original Cultures Golden Inca female figure,called the Venus of Frias. The eyes are inlaid platinum,ca 200-600 AD

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Another prehistoric 'Venus' figurine from Eastern Europe by lisby1

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Colombia, Sinu culture. The Zenú culture existed from about 200 BCE to about 1600 CE, constructing major water works and producing gold ornaments. The gold that was often buried with their dead lured the Spanish conquerors, who looted much of the gold.

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"The Lady of Ibiza is a ceramic figure, 47 cm high, that dates from the third century BC. It is on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid. The figure was found in the necropolis of Puig des Molins on the island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean. It was made using a mold and has a cavity in the back, perhaps used for hanging it up. Probably a representation of the Carthaginian goddess Tanit, it is richly ornamented in terms of clothing and jewelry."

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Bas-relief of Allāt from Palmyra, shown with a palm branch and a lion. Al-lāt is also explicitly attested from early Islamic records discussing the pre-Islamic period. According to the Book of Idols (Kitāb al-ʾAṣnām) by Hishām ibn al-Kalbi, the pre-Islamic Arabs believed Al-lāt resided in the Kaʿbah and also had an idol inside the sanctuary: Her custody was in the hands of the Banū Attāb ibn Mālik of the Thaqīf, who had built an edifice over her. The Quraysh, as well as all the Arabs,

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