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Figurine Female Image Photographer:Clara Amit

Figurine Female Image Photographer:Clara Amit

EARLY NEOLITHIC - Seated Mother Goddess, c. 6500.  Çatal Höyük, Turkey.

witchywonderworks: “ Catal Huyuk, Seated Mother Goddess Catal Huyuk (Catal Hoyuk, Catalhuyuk) was an ancient Neolithic agricultural city in the Anatolia region of Turkey. It is the oldest settlement ever uncovered, dating from She had.

Female Votive Figurine of Anat  Levantine (in present-day Syria), early 2nd millennium BC (Middle Bronze Age (MB I/II A))   (19.5 x 5.9 x 3.3 cm)   This solid cast bronze figurine served as votive offering and is surely Anat, a fertility goddess who is the sister and consort of Baal.	  (In the Walters Museum of Art)

Female Votive Figurine of AnatLevantine (in present-day Syria), early millennium BC (Middle Bronze Age (MB I/II A)) x x cm) This solid cast bronze figurine served as votive offering.

Fertility goddess.  Anatolia, Turkey, 6000 BC. Formerly Schimmel Collection, New York.

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Fertility Goddess -- Circa 6000 BCE -- Excavated at Anatolia, Turkey -- FormerlyBelonging to the Schimmel Collection, New York.

The Middle East’s First All-Female Photo Collective Makes Some Incredible Images | VICE | United States

The Middle East’s First All-Female Photo Collective Makes Some Incredible Images

Women of Gaza 3 Tanya Habjouqa (Jordanian, born in 2009 Chromogenic print *© Tanya Habjouqa * Courtesy of the artist and East Wing Contemporary Gallery *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Figurine Female Image  Photographer:Clara Amit

Figurine Female Image Photographer:Clara Amit

ca. 1500-1400 BCE, Late Bronze Age 1. A major female deity, presumed to be Astarte, figures of this type have been found from The Med to the Near East.  Mould-cast glass plaque pierced for suspension; naked standing on a square plinth; holding her breasts. From Tel Atchana; in Alalakh ancient Turkey founded by western semitic tribes the Amorites from Syria during the Middle Bronze Age who adopted Sumerian culture.

ca. 1500-1400 BCE, Late Bronze Age 1. A major female deity, presumed to be Astarte, figures of this type have been found from The Med to the Near East. Mould-cast glass plaque pierced for suspension; naked standing on a square plinth; holding her breasts. From Tel Atchana; in Alalakh ancient Turkey founded by western semitic tribes the Amorites from Syria during the Middle Bronze Age who adopted Sumerian culture.

SHADI GHADIRIAN CLLC

Shadi Ghadirian - Preconceptions of Islamic women

Untitled from the Like Everyday Series Shadi Ghadirian’s photos ironically portray a one-dimensional interpretation of housewives, absurdly reducing their identities to cooks and cleaners.

Zenobia statue in Lattakia , Syria

Statue of Queen Zenobia, Latakia, Syria. She sits a 100 metres from the shore and was considered "a thorn in the side of the Romans".

Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls,middle bronze age,old Assyrian Trading Colony.  ca 18th century BC  Anatolia.  Ivory bone.

Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls,middle bronze age,old Assyrian Trading Colony. ca century BC Anatolia.

Neo - Hittite female sphinx -  9th-century B.C.

Neo - Hittite female sphinx - B.

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Pallas Athena ~ Goddess of Wisdom and Maiden of War  Goddess Athena, a fictional daughter of patriarchal Zeus/invention of Middle East savages, cuz first of all she - as a female deity - was born in Libya among native tribes of North Africa/Terrans, which right now living more far to the south of continent. But of course Athena’s birth is mostly connected - in the mind of people - to mesopotamian eagle-head Zeus, than her mother Metis (Zeus devoured the pregnant  Metis and then gave birth to…

Pallas Athena ~ Goddess of Wisdom and Maiden of War Goddess Athena, a fictional daughter of patriarchal Zeus/invention of Middle East savages, cuz first of all she - as a female deity - was born in.

Afarin Sajedi (b1979 in Shiraz, Iran) http://www.crossconnectmag.com/post/128721871660

Paintings by Afarin Sajedi Afarin Sajedi was born in 1979 in Shiraz. She came to Tehran to study at the Azad University of Tehran where she got her degree in Graphic Design. Sajedi’s creativity,.

Seated female figure Period: Early Dynastic II Date: ca. 2700–2600 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Tell Agrab Medium: Gypsum alabaster Dimensions: H. 12.9 cm (5 1/8 in.) Classification: Stone-Sculpture

Seated female figure Period:Early Dynastic II Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia, Tell Agrab Medium:Gypsum alabaster Dimensions:H.

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