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    Reproduction of Willendorf's Venus. She depicts a naked woman standing upright, with a strong obesity, her arms resting on her chest. The finely engraved head is leaning forward and seems to be entirely covered by rolled braids. It was discovered in 1908 on the site of an old brick factory in Willendorf, Wachau region, a small village located 24 km from...
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    This statuette of horse was discovered at the end of the XIXth century in the cave of Espélugues in Lourdes in the Hautes-Pyrénées. It is attributed to the Magdalenian period (around 15,000 years). Shaped in mammoth ivory, a rare material in Western Europe, this figurine shows great mastery of sculpture and engraving.The horse is rendered in a very...
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    Found in Tursac in the Dordogne, this sculpture, like many others whose general shape is controlled by that of the fragment of reindeer wood used for its manufacture, belongs to what can be called the "flattened round bump", in the sense that the thickness of the object does not correspond to reality. It's probably a propellant fragment. Bison licking" is...
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    This molding is the reproduction of a mammoth ivory statuette discovered in 1922 by R. et S. de Saint-Périer in the Grotte des Cureaux, on the commune of Lespugue, Haute-Garonne. The Lespugue Venus originally measured 147 mm but was broken at the time of discovery. This feminine statuette with its ample and generous forms comes from a higher level of...
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    This statuette was discovered in 1894 by Edouard Piette and Joseph de Laporterie at the cave of the Pope, Brassempouy (Landes), probably in a layer attributable to the Périgordian Superior; it can be dated from around 23,000 BC. Called "Lady with the Hood" or "Lady of Brassempouy", it is the most famous of the works of Palaeolithic art, as well as the...
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    This feminine statuette or "Venus" was discovered at the end of the 19th century in the Balzi Rossi caves at Grimaldi in Italy, near the Franco-Italian border. It is attributed to the gravettian period (around -25,000 years). This figurine sculpted in green soapstone was nicknamed "the Lozenge" because of a losangic silhouette, with a generous body but a...
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    This feminine statuette or "Venus" was discovered at the end of the 19th century in the Balzi Rossi caves at Grimaldi in Italy, near the Franco-Italian border. It is attributed to the gravettian period (around 25,000 years). Shaped in brown steatite, this figurine has a generous body, with exaggerated sexual characters, but, on the contrary, a head and...
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    This figurine with a rectangular body adorned with necklaces belongs to a series well attested at that time. The arms, as well as the facial features, are stylized by furrows engraved with cupules. The ears are represented by pierced protuberances. Deposited in the tombs, these figurines must be interpreted as a female symbol of fertility.Their shape and...
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    This statuette, depicting a naked woman standing on her toes in a frontal position with her arms crossed over her body, reproduces an original marble statue from Naxos, one of the Cyclades islands. It is characteristic of the artistic production of these islands during the prehistoric period of the Ancient Bronze (3200-2000 BC): thanks to their...
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