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Terracotta masked Head The Valcans Vinca culture late 5th

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Terracotta masked Head. The Valcans, Vinca culture, late 5th millennium BC

Anthropomorphous mask, terracotta from Pristina, Kosovo. Vinca Culture, Neolithic, 5th millennium

Small mask, terracotta. From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16 cm Inv. 158

Male head with rams-horns. Terracotta From Rujiste site, Crnokalarska, Serbia Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Late Mesolithic mill.

Small mask. terracotta from Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). height 11 cm inv. 157 | Kosovo | Pinterest | Terracotta, ...

Neolithic pottery head from an idol Vinca Culture, the Balkans. Ca. 5th Millennium BC

BCE Seated or kneeling human figure with large, mask-like head. Terracotta from Kosovo, Serbia Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

Animal mask. Terracotta From Plocnik, Serbia. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

Neolithic Terracotta Vinca Seated Vinca Mother with Child, 5th-4th Millennium B.C.

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NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Female figure in foetal position. Terracotta From

Lot 156 - Lg. Neolithic Vinca Pottery Head from an Idol Balkans, Vinca culture

A LATE VINCA TERRACOTTA FIGURE. NEOLITHIC PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C. H - 6 3/8 in. (16.2 cm.)

Four-legged creature with human Head. Terracotta From Kosovo,Valac.

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Cat-like, zoomorphic head. Terracotta From Belo Brdo site, Vinca, Serbia

Neolithic terra cotta head of a Vinca Idol - 50 x 45 x 40 mm

Zoomorphic head. Terracotta from Fafos site, Mitrovica, Kosovo, Vinca Culture. Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16.5 cm Inv. F-I-1181 (c) Photograph ...

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Seated female figurine, Lady of Vinča, terracotta. Belo Brdo, Serbia

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NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Female figure. Terracotta From Medvednjak, Serbia

Terracotta Vessel In the Form of a Water Fowl -- Neolithic -- 5th Millennium

Ancient Neolithic Stone Age Vinca Culture Very Large Idol Head 5700 4500 BC

The Vinca Culture (Old Europe). The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in ...

Stylised Head, from Predionica, Late Vinca Culture, circa BC

Vinca terracotta idol of a mother and child Neolithic Period, circa 5th Millennium B.C.

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Fragment of a seated female figure. Terracotta From Carsija, Serbia. Vinca -Plocnik

BCE Three-legged altar with receptacle (centaur-altar) and three human heads. Terracotta from Medvednjak, Serbia.

A Vinca Terracotta Figure of a Woman, Neolithic Period, Vinča C, Vinča-Pločnik-Phase I, 5000-4700 B.C. with narrow waist and outstretched perforated arms, ...

Anthropomorphic statuette VINČA 8000 BC - 4000 BC BELGRADE - SERBIA

Stylised Head, from Predionica, Late Vinca Culture, circa 4500-4000 BC

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Double-headed figure or statuette of a

Female idol / Late Mesolithic / Terracotta from Fafos I site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo Vinca Culture, Late Mesolithic mill.

Old European culture: Mask from Belo Brdo

Small Terracotta mask by Allison Anne Brown

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Seated female figure, terracotta. From Barilievo

A LATE VINCA CLAY HEAD

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The Vinca Culture (Old Europe).

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4000 BCE Neolithic terracotta cat-like head, from Belo Brdo site, Vinča…

Seated female idol. Terracotta From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

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Ancient Neolithic Stone Age Vinca Culture Very Large Idol Head 5700 4500 BC

Terracotta figurines and head fragments from the Vinca Culture

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A VINCA TERRACOTTA STANDING 'BIRD GODDESS' NEOLITHIC, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C. With a distinctive duck-beaked mask, with hair above and pierced ears, ...

An ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid or scoop in the form of the head of a reclining horned animal.

Anthropomorphic statuette - Vinca Culture [1250x1495]

Vinca, near Belgrade, archaeological site

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A late Vinca clay female bust, circa Millennium B. The 3 high bust has a triangular head with a pointed chin and long narrow nose. Formerly at Sothebys.

Terracotta From Fafos I site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic, millennium BCE.

bce Vinca twins female figurine, Around 3200 BC, the culture of Old Europe Vinca migrated, to the Aegean Sea and to Crete. Today, they are considered to be ...

Neolithic Vinca Terracotta Head of a BisonAn ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid in the

Altar goddess (bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a ritual vessel). Late Mesolithic period, 5th millenium BC Vinca-Plocnik-Culture.

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Vinca Idol, 4500-3500 BC. Serbia, Vinça culture, Neolithic Era. fired clay with paint, Overall - h:16.10 cm | Cleveland Museum of Art

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Neolithic Teracotta Vinca Female Figurine with Arm on Hibs, H. 16,6cm, Circa 5700-4500 B.C.

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A Vinca terracotta idol Neolithic Period, circa 5th Millennium B.C.

The genderless seated terracotta figure from the Vinča culture, was

Vinca Terracotta, 5th BC

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Unique and Amazing Vinca Bust from Infant-sized Statue – ca. 5000BC Bulgaria |

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"The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in Southeastern Europe, dated to the period ...

Neolithic Teracotta Vinca Female Figurine with Arm on Hibs, H. 16,6cm, Circa 5700-4500 B.C.

A VINCA TERRACOTTA SEATED MALE FIGURE

... 8000 BC - 4000 BC Museum: Belgrade City Museum Country: Serbia Epoch: Prehistoric Culture: Vinča Culture Material: Terracotta Dimensions: H W 5 cm

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Neolithic Black Terracotta Vinča Bird Figure 7,0cm, Serbia

Terracotta masked Head in shape of a Duck The Valcans, Vinca culture, late 5th millennium BC

The Vinča culture occupied a region of the Balkans corresponding to modern-day Serbia and

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Neolithic terracotta male vinca idol with horned head-penis, 5th - 4th mil. b.c

{Front View]Neolithic pottery head from an idol Vinca Culture, the Balkans.

Vinca Female Statuette • Serbia locality of Vinca • Vinca culture • 4500-4000 BC • Clay. right arm partially restored • H. 15 cm The locality of Vinca ...

For Sale on 1stdibs - A rare Neolithic Vinča culture terracotta vessel, dating to circa

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Beautiful piece of Neolithic art - head of anthropomorphic figurine with typical features of Vinča culture, polished terracotta, around 5000 - 4500 BC, ...

Neolithic gray pottery - Vinca Culture (southeastern Europe, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, etc.

The polos on her head indicates that she was probably a goddess. From the 6th millennium BCE. National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greece.

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Terracotta masked Head. The Valcans, Vinca culture, late 5th millennium BC

Anthropomorphous mask, terracotta from Pristina, Kosovo. Vinca Culture, Neolithic, 5th millennium

Small mask, terracotta. From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16 cm Inv. 158

Male head with rams-horns. Terracotta From Rujiste site, Crnokalarska, Serbia Vinca

Small mask. terracotta from Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). height 11 cm inv. 157 | Kosovo | Pinterest | Terracotta, ...

Neolithic pottery head from an idol Vinca Culture, the Balkans. Ca. 5th Millennium BC

BCE Seated or kneeling human figure with large, mask-like head. Terracotta from Kosovo, Serbia Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

Animal mask. Terracotta From Plocnik, Serbia. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

Neolithic Terracotta Vinca Seated Vinca Mother with Child, 5th-4th Millennium B.C.

Ancient Neolithic Stone Age Vinca Culture Very Large Idol Head 5700-4500 | eBay

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Female figure in foetal position. Terracotta From

A LATE VINCA TERRACOTTA FIGURE. NEOLITHIC PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C. H - 6 3/8 in. (16.2 cm.)

Terracotta masked Head. The Valcans, Vinca culture, late 5th millennium BC | Vinca People | Pinterest | Terracotta, Masking and Culture

ANCIENT PREHISTORIC VINCA IDOL 4TH MILLENNIUM | eBay

Neolithic Vinca culture terracotta figure, Belgrade Yugoslavia

Neolithic terra cotta head of a Vinca Idol - 50 x 45 x 40 mm

Zoomorphic head. Terracotta from Fafos site, Mitrovica, Kosovo, Vinca Culture. Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16.5 cm Inv. F-I-1181 (c) Photograph ...

Ancient Neolithic Stone Age Vinca Culture Very Large Idol Head 5700-4500 | eBay

Partial female figure, Vinča

Seated female figurine, Lady of Vinča, terracotta. Belo Brdo, Serbia

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Female figure. Terracotta From Medvednjak, Serbia

The Vinca Culture (Old Europe). The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in ...

Terracotta Vessel In the Form of a Water Fowl -- Neolithic -- 5th Millennium BCE -- Vinca Culture -- Excavated in modern-day Serbia -- Archaeological ...

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Anthropomorphic statuette - Vinca Culture [1250x1495]

Stylised Head, from Predionica, Late Vinca Culture, circa BC

RARE Neolithic Ceramic Vinca Anthromorphic Figurine C 4500 | eBay

BCE Three-legged altar with receptacle (centaur-altar) and three human heads. Terracotta from Medvednjak, Serbia.

A Vinca Terracotta Figure of a Woman, Neolithic Period, Vinča C, Vinča-Pločnik-Phase I, 5000-4700 B.C. with narrow waist and outstretched perforated arms, ...

Anthropomorphic statuette VINČA 8000 BC - 4000 BC BELGRADE - SERBIA

Serbia, Vinca, Anthropomorphic idol, neolithic period, Vinca culture, terracotta

Stylised Head, from Predionica, Late Vinca Culture, circa 4500-4000 BC

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Double-headed figure or statuette of a

Female idol / Late Mesolithic / Terracotta from Fafos I site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo Vinca Culture, Late Mesolithic mill.

Small Terracotta mask by Allison Anne Brown

IMPRESSIVE PREHISTORIC NEOLITHIC VINCA CLAY IDOL | eBay

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Seated female figure, terracotta. From Barilievo

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4000 BCE Neolithic terracotta cat-like head, from Belo Brdo site, Vinča…

The Vinca Culture (Old Europe).

Mother and child. Terracotta. From Drenovac. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill

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Ancient Neolithic Stone Age Vinca Culture Very Large Idol Head 5700 4500 BC

Terracotta figurines and head fragments from the Vinca Culture

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Fragment of a seated female figure. Terracotta From Carsija, Serbia. Vinca -Plocnik

Vinca, near Belgrade, archaeological site

Old European culture: Mask from Belo Brdo

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Terracotta From Fafos I site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic, millennium BCE.

Vinča Terracotta Male Figure, Neolithic Period, c. 5th Millennium BC The Vinča culture is a Neolithic culture in Southeastern Europe, dated to 5700-4500 BC. ...

Neolithic Vinca Terracotta Head of a BisonAn ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid in the

An ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid or scoop in the form of the head of a reclining horned animal.

A late Vinca clay female bust, circa Millennium B. The 3 high bust has a triangular head with a pointed chin and long narrow nose. Formerly at Sothebys.

Seated female idol. Terracotta From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

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BCE Altar-goddess, bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a receptacle or cult vessel. Terracotta From Fafos I site, Vinca, Kosovo.

Vinca Idol, 4500-3500 BC. Serbia, Vinça culture, Neolithic Era. fired clay with paint, Overall - h:16.10 cm | Cleveland Museum of Art

Terracotta From Fafos site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Vinca Culture Neolithic (5th mill. BCE

Neolithic period, about 4500-4000 BC From Vinca, Serbia

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Neolithic Teracotta Vinca Female Figurine with Arm on Hibs, H. 16,6cm, Circa 5700-4500 B.C.

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bce Vinca twins female figurine, Around 3200 BC, the culture of Old Europe Vinca migrated, to the Aegean Sea and to Crete. Today, they are considered to be ...

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From the 6th to the 3rd millennium BC, the so-called “Vinca culture” stretched for hundreds of miles along the river Danube, ...

The genderless seated terracotta figure from the Vinča culture, was

Vinca Terracotta, 5th BC

Unique and Amazing Vinca Bust from Infant-sized Statue – ca. 5000BC Bulgaria |

Terracotta masked Head in shape of a Duck The Valcans, Vinca culture, late 5th millennium BC

RESPECT: Idols of our Ancestors

Alabaster Eye Idol Tell el Brak region, Syria, 4th millennium BC Terracotta Mother Goddess

Silenus mask, detail from a bronze stamnoid situla, 330-310 BC, part of the Vassil Bojkov collection, Sofia, Bulgaria

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Tlatilco mask possibly indicating the concept of Reincarnation.

Maurya Indian Goddess representation of about 200-300 BC compared to similar Tlatilco figurine from before 500 BC

In Teotehuacan, male potters took over considerably later on and evidently under the theory that the potter's job had become more prestigious.

Above, early-Classical period representation of a Satyr or Wildman from Italy. Below is a sensationalized newspaper illustration of a Wildman carrying off a ...

Head is bronze with gold overlay partly preserved.

Late Classic (600-900 AD) Maya figurine, wearing what looks like a mushroom inspired headdress, Jaina Island, Campeche Mexico.

Late Classical Mayan Small Jade Skull Now I am not saying absolutely that the skull is genuine, I have not examined it for myself and I know a thing or two ...

Papier-mâché - Papier-mâché mask created with the pulp method

A miniature stone hacha, the Spanish word for axe, from Veracruz, Mexico ( Late Classic Period, 700-900 C.E.) ( photograph from Whittington, 2001)

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