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Venus of Laussel. Dated to approximately 25,000 B.C., the mother goddess holds a bison horn, symbol of the crescent moon and the hunt.  The strikes on the horn may indicate a yearly cycle of thirteen lunar months.  The original held traces of red ochre, probably to indicate the color of blood which was venerated as the life fluid.  The monthly menstrual cycle of women therefore made them magical in their ability to shed blood and yet live.

Venus of Laussel, a foot high limestone bas-relief of a nude female figure, painted with red ochre. The carving is associated with the Gravettian Upper Paleolithic culture (approximately years old). (Musée d'Aquitaine in Bordeaux, France)

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Sexy Naked African Americans Girl Printed Painting on Canvas Wall Art Nude Prints Picture for Home Decoration or Hotel Framed

Venus of Moravany.- Petite figurine préhistorique découverte en Slovaquie au début du 20°s. Elle a été découverte par un laboureur dans son terrain en 1930. Elle est en ivoire, taillée dans des défenses de mammouth et est datée de 22 800 avant notre ère, soit du Paléolithique supérieur. Elle est aujourd'hui exposée dans le Musée National Slovaque au chateau de Bratislava.

Venus of Moravany The Moravany venus is centimetres tall. The venus was discovered in the area of Moravany nad Váhom, a village near the spa resort Piestany in Slovakia.

"Venus Cornucopia de Laussel" - Post do Blog da disciplina de História das Artes Visuais 1 (2015.1) - EBA/UFRJ

VÊNUS CORNUCÓPIA DE LAUSSEL: UMA //ABSTRAÇÃO

The Moravany venus plowed up in a field in 1938 in the area of Moravany nad Váhom, a village near the spa resort Piestany in Slovakia. It is possible that it was created without a head. It is dated to 22,800 years ago and is made of mammoth ivory.

Venus von Moravany, Slowakei, Elfenbein, from to years ago. Akademie der Wissenshaften in Nitra, mammoth ivory.

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Prehistoric: "Mother Goddess from Laussel" Drodgne, France, BC. Early mother Goddess holding a horn shaped crescent moon with 13 gauges. Perhaps indicating lunar calender.

The oldest known portrait, 26,000 years old

jtotheizzoe: The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dated yrs ago, carved in mammoth ivory & proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them

The 2.4-inch-tall (6-centimeter) figurine was carved from a mammoth's tusk. Carbon dating indicates that it is at least 35,000 years old. "It's the oldest known piece of figurative sculpture in the world," Jill Cook, a curator of Paleolithic and Mesolithic material at the British Museum in London, told the Associated Press.

This 6 cm figurine was carved from a mammoth's tusk. Carbon dating indicates that it is at least years old.

Die Venus vom Hohlefels wurde aus Mammutelfenbein gefertigt. Archetypische Vorstellung von der "Großen Mutter".

Venus of Hohle Fels ( height ) woolly mammoth tusk. Venus figurine found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany. It is dated to between 35000 & 40000 years ago. It is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art.

La Gran Diosa honra los misterios del cuerpo femenino reflejados en su útero y en la luna creciente y menguante que nos enseñan que la existencia no se desarrolla en una línea recta, ni siquiera en un círculo, sino en una espiral de crecimiento eterno.

Carved Female (“Venus”) figure holding horn with markings, from Laussel, France, ca. It's been suggested that the 13 notches on the ‘horn’ she is holding represent the number of moons/ menstrual cycles in a year.

Native American Pre historic Anasazi Olla, ca 1100-1200 AD #24

Native American Pre historic Anasazi Olla, ca 1100-1200 AD #24

Claire Artemyz photographs prehistoric artefacts: Venus figurines, stone bifaces, statuettes, engravings using a unique style that balances light and dark, sharpness and blurrinessby photographer « La Dame  de Brassempouy » Tête féminine en ivoire de mammouth dite « La Dame à la Capuche » Grotte du Pape, Brassempouy (Landes) 3,6 x  2,0 x 2,2 cm Période gravettienne, vers -25 000 ans

Claire Artemyz photographs prehistoric artefacts: Venus figurines, stone bifaces, statuettes, engravings using a unique style that balances light and dark, sharpness and blurriness

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