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Female idol - Early Cycladic Specifically: 2700 - 2300 BC. © Foto: Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Cycladic Goddess Sculptures

Warrior figure - Ecuador, Chorrera ca. 500 B.C.

A CYCLADIC MARBLE FEMALE FIGURE chalandriani variety, early cycladic ii, circa 2300-2200 b.c. Sculpted with a small triangular head tilted slightly backward and a long bulging neck, the broad shoulders upward sloping, the arms bent sharply at the elbows, the right arm above the left and directed more diagonally across the mid-riff, with the right hand resting just below the left breast, the legs together with the feet angled down, a narrow cleft extending from the pubic triangle to the…

Shrine of Diana, Nemi, central Italy, Etruria, 350 BC

Cycladic Figurine of a Woman, 2500 BC-2000 BC Sculpture , Statuette

glass goods from Roman tombs of the 1st to 3rd century AD Romano-Germanic Museum in Cologne | Bodendenkmalpflege no artist named

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An ancient Roman marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis; her garment is knotted with an 'Isis knot' and her headdress includes Hathor's cow horns enclosing a sun disc; she holds her attribute of a sistrum (only the handle remains) and a jug for sacred Nile water. (Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna)