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The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD
The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD
The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. SOLD
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c.5700-4200 B.C. The upper major section of a very rare and well styled "Vinca Culture", Early Neolithic pottery votive anthropormorphic "Mother Goddess" figure. The Vinca Culture were an advanced Early Neolithic race largely inhabiting the Balkans, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Greece; they were renown for producing pottery anthropomorphic votive statuettes and figures presumably for placement in a temple or place of worship. This appealing votive figure is very nicely styled with a pinch formed nose and incised eyes, two small breasts and short stubby pinch formed arms. Obviously once part of a larger and most likely pigment painted Mother goddess figure. A good and stable example measuring 70mm high x 55mm wide x 19 mm deep, an excellent and very affordable example of an Early Neolithic votive figure.
 


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