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Galería de Venus Paleolíticas | Actualidad | Fotogalería | Cadena Ser

Galería de Venus Paleolíticas | Actualidad | Fotogalería | Cadena Ser

Vênus de Lespug (vista lateral), Museu do Homem, Paris.

Vênus de Lespug (vista lateral), Museu do Homem, Paris.

Malta venus Female figurine.  Mammoth tusk; engraved. Height 87 mm. Maltinsko-buretskaya Culture. 23 000 - 19 000 BP Malta Site (Excavations of M.M. Gerasimov, 1928-1930), Siberia, the River Belaya, near Irkutsk, Russia

Malta venus Female figurine. Mammoth tusk; engraved. Height 87 mm. Maltinsko-buretskaya Culture. 23 000 - 19 000 BP Malta Site (Excavations of M.M. Gerasimov, 1928-1930), Siberia, the River Belaya, near Irkutsk, Russia

"Venus of Neuchatel" mother goddess figurine - about 15 000 years, height is 4 cm - at the Städtischen Museum Engen

"Venus of Neuchatel" mother goddess figurine - about 15 000 years, height is 4 cm - at the Städtischen Museum Engen

Venere di Nebra, 12.000-11.000 a.C. , Magdaleniano. Sachsen-Anhalt, Germania. Photo: Daly Galaxy Permission: licensed under the Creative Commons license Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

Venere di Nebra, 12.000-11.000 a.C. , Magdaleniano. Sachsen-Anhalt, Germania. Photo: Daly Galaxy Permission: licensed under the Creative Commons license Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

Venus of Moravany

Venus of Moravany

Venus de Moravany (Eslovaquia). 24.000-22.000 BP. Marfil de mamut.

Venus de Moravany (Eslovaquia). 24.000-22.000 BP. Marfil de mamut.

venus de savignano - Pesquisa Google

venus de savignano - Pesquisa Google

Siberian Mal'ta figures differ from the female figurines of Europe in some ways. Few offer extremely exaggerated gender traits. Nearly half have some facial details. Whether this prehistoric culture was populated or merely influenced by Europeans is debated, they appear to share tools and techniques but they may have migrated from the South not the West. ca. 21,000 BCE Mal'ta Siberia Female figure carved from tusk.

Siberian Mal'ta figures differ from the female figurines of Europe in some ways. Few offer extremely exaggerated gender traits. Nearly half have some facial details. Whether this prehistoric culture was populated or merely influenced by Europeans is debated, they appear to share tools and techniques but they may have migrated from the South not the West. ca. 21,000 BCE Mal'ta Siberia Female figure carved from tusk.

Mother goddess figurine "Romanian Venus from Cucuteni". Own cast.

Mother goddess figurine "Romanian Venus from Cucuteni". Own cast.

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