Hollow Female Figure
Circa: 1000 - 600 BC
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Post Paleolithic Japanese Figurine
3,300 - 2,800 B.C.
The style is very elaborated, it is difficult to understand if the body has decorations, or is dressed.
The head, can be considered an artistic hybrid man-animal, and in this case the animal part seems to us the magnified eyes of a bug.
In more recent periods this dress could have been a theatre custom
This figurine was unearthed on Ebisuda Miyagi, Japan
Artistic-religious thieullenian mixed to post-paleolithic matthesian Civilization, with association of other divinities
Standing Figure of a Mother and Child
Medium: Brown-Gray Terracotta
Height: 36.2 cm (14.3 in). Width: 18.4 cm (7.2 in). Depth: 10.5 cm (4.1 in).
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Two-headed Female Figurine
c. 1200-900 BC
Earthenware with pigment
Overall - h:9.60 w:4.20 d:1.80 cm (h:3 3/4 w:1 5/8 d:11/16 inches)
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3,000 years old
Heart-shaped clay figures ( Late Jomon )
East Azuma town Gohara ruins