Estatuillas prehistóricas

 
 
The appearance of the factions of prehistoric figurines, can also give us understanding  that our past is not a straight line and that there is knowledge that was not revealed to us
 
This section complements the section "Our ancient teachers"
 
 Venus of Grimaldi Cave, in Italy in the proximity of the French border; It has some 22,000 years old
 
 
 "el Rombo" Venus, also of the Grimaldi Cave
 
 
 Venus of Gagarino, Ukraine; in Gagarino many venus and other ancient statues were found
 

 Venus of Gagarino

 
 
 of Gagarino
 
 
 Venus of Gagarino
 
 
 of Gagarino, Ukraine
 
 
 Venus of Zaraysk, Russia; at 150 km from Moscow
 
 
 of Zaraysk, Russia
 
 
 Venus of Kostienski, Russia; in this place several Venus were found
 
 
 of Kostienski
 
 
 of Kostienski
 
 
 of Kostienski
 
 
 of Kostienski, Russia
 
 
 Venus of Kostienski, made of mammoth tooth
 
 Venus in the Kunstkamera Museum, St. Petersburg
 
 
 Venus of Tursac, 25000 years old
 
 
 another Venus of Tursac
 
 
 Venus of Menton, of the Paleolithic
 
 
 Venus of Dolni Vestonice, at least 25000 years old
 
 
 Venus of Savignano
 
 
 Venus of Balzi Rossi
 
 
 Venus of Parabita
 
 
 Venus of Lespuque, France; 25000 years old
 
 
 Venus of Lespuge, 24000 to 21000 B.C.
 
 
 Venus from Siberia
 
 
 Venus of Avdeevo, Russia; of the  Paleolithic
 
 
 of Avdeevo
 
 
 Ancient Avdeevo; Russia
 
 
  Ancient Avdeevo and enlargement
 
 
 Ancient Avdeevo 
 
 
 of Avdeevo, Russia
 
 
 New Avdeevo , Russia; on ivory
 
 
 New Avdeevo ; on ivory
 
 
 double Venus of Avdeevo
 
 
 Venus of Monpazier
 
 
 Venus of Falkenstein, Austria; 6000 B.C.
 
 
 Venus sitting of Hrádok, Slovakia; 4000 B.C.
 
 
 Venus of Frasassi, of Upper Paleolithic
 
 
 Venus of Tolentino, between the Pleistocene and the Neolithic
 
 
 Venus of Hippo, Turkey; 7000 B.C.
 
 
 figure ot the Neolithic
 
 
 of Africa, 4000 B.C.
 
 
 Female Deity; Predynastic Egypt; 4000 B.C.
 
 
 of the European Upper Paleolithic; 12000 B.C.
 
 
 of Katal Huyuk, Turkey; of the Neolithic
 
 
 Asirian terracotta; 5000 B.C.
 
 
 Neolithic female figue; 5500 to 4500 B.C.
 
 
 Terracotta of Tel Halaf; Mother goddess
 
 
 of the Indus Valley
 
 
 of Tyrnavos, Greece; of about 6000 B.C.
 
 
 of the Vinca Culture
 
 
  Vinca terracotta; fifth millennium B.C.
 
 
 of the Vinca Culture
 
 
 Vinca figurine
 
 
of the Vinca Culture; Serbia
 
 
of the Vinca Culture
 
 
 of Gumelnita, Romania; of the Neolithic
 
 
of Gumelnita, Romania; of the Neolithic
 
 
 of Gumelnita, Romania; of the Neolithic
 
 
 Mother Goddess figurines, Katal Huyuk, Turkey; 7000 B.C. 
 
 of Ubaid, Mesopotamia; 5000 to 4000 B.C.
 
 
Female figures from Ur and Eridu; 4500 B.C.
 
 
 Stone figure of Pietrele, Romania; 4400 to 4250 B.C.
 
 
 Venus of Tall-i-Bakum; sixth millennium B.C.
 
 
 Mother Goddess of the Neolithic; Syria
 
 
 Mother Goddess of the Neolithic; France
 
 
 Figurine of Samarra, Mesopotamia; 6000 B.C.
 
 
of Tell Halaf, Mesopotamia; 5000 B.C.
 
 
 Mother Goddess of the Neolithic; of Hacilar, Anatolia; 6000 to 5000 B.C.
 
 
 Female figurine of ancient  Near East
 
 
 of the Neolithic; Syria
 
 
 of Thessaly, Greece; 7000 years old
 
 
of Thessaly, Greece; at least 6000 years old
 
 
 of Brassempouy, of the Paleolithic
 
 
 Engraved mammoth tusk;  it contains a star map; 32000 years old
 
 
 of the  Alps, on mammoth tooth; at least 40000 years old



Achelense goddess, the Great Mother; with at least 250,000 years old


Venus of Berekhat Ram, from 250,000 to 280,000 years old


Venus of Tan-Tan, found in Morocco; It has at least 200,000 years


First object of known art; He was found in South Africa; It has three million years
 

 

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