Neolithic statue, Malta. Many historians believe that this type of statue, dubbed "fat ladies", represented an ancient fertility goddess.

Many historians believe that this type of statue, dubbed "fat ladies", represented an ancient fertility goddess.

mirekulous:  THIS IS ‘THE MOTHER GODDESS SARDA prenuragic Ozieri culture (3500-2700 BC), Sardinia

The mother Goddess Sarda prenuragic Ozieri culture BC), Sardinia - absolutely beautiful

Venus of Malta (4,500 BCE). The statuette is related to the worship of the goddes of fertility. Probably the woman asleep was a priestess who had to construe the will of the goddess from her dreams

Venus of Malta, circa 4500 BC, Malta

The Venus of Willendorf  Age: Around 25,000 BCE  Material: Oolitic Limestone  Found: Willendorf (Austria) in 1908  Present Location: Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna (Austria)  Length: 10.6cm  Width: 5.7cm  Depth: 4.5cm

The Venus of Willendorf- Age: Around BCE Material: Oolitic Limestone Found: Willendorf (Austria) in 1908 Present Location: Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna (Austria) Length: Width: Depth: Ancient Craft - prehistoric art.

Venus of Kostenky (c.23,000 - 21,000 BCE)

I imagined this as 'Mama's little fat goddess'

Baubo Figurines | Note the large navel on this Baubo figurine offered on eBay.

Baubo Figurines | Note the large navel on this Baubo figurine offered on eBay.

Seated Goddess  Çatalhöyük. Neolithic

Seated Goddess Çatalhöyük. Neolithic

pal00010.jpg | PALEOLITHIC  | Venus of Willendorf. | c. 25000 BCE | European | Paleolithic: Aurignacian | Limestone | Austria. | | ©Kathleen Cohen |

Magick Wicca Witch Witchcraft: Venus of Willendorf, circa 25000 BCE European Paleolithic: Aurignacian Limestone, Austria.

Side view of the mother goddess figurine in Catal Huyuk. Catal Huyuk the Turkish name for a Neolithic archaeological site in Turkey.

Side view of the mother goddess figurine in Catal Huyuk. Catal Huyuk the Turkish name for a Neolithic archaeological site in Turkey.

Neolithic Fertility Goddess Origin: Anatolia Circa: to .elbows form eye shape of idoli

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 5TH-2ND MILL.BCE    Sitting goddess. Terracotta. From Pazardzik, Bulgaria. Karanovo Culture, Neolithic (5th-4th mill. BCE) Height 18.4 cm  Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

From Pazardzik, Bulgaria.

la Venus de Laussel. (25000 ans)

The Venus of Laussel - La Femme a la Corne

"Venus of Willendorf" on hand - most important mother goddess statuette, circa 24,000-22,000 BCE, made in limestone, high 11cm - at the Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna

"Venus of Willendorf" on hand - most important mother goddess statuette, circa BCE, made in limestone, high - at the Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna

Göbekli Tepe - Berço da civilização

female figurine, gobekli tepe, turkey Comapre her to the Venus of Willendorf…

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Venus Figurines of the European Paleolithic period. The site provides a description and location for each figure.

Venus figurines from around the world; small and portable sculptures emphasizing the female form, carried by nomadic tribes. Can you name them all, and the regions where they were found?These figures do not represent Venus.

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