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Nabataean Relief Sculpture of Atargatis
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Nabataean Relief Sculpture of Atargatis

This stone sculpture of Atargatis (Ataratheh), the Syrian goddess of fertility in Classical Antiquity, once decorated the entrance of a Nabataean temple in modern-day southern Jordan. The Nabataeans were a prosperous people who built a wealthy...
Danubius Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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Danubius Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

A quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Standing Taishaku Ten Sculpture
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Standing Taishaku Ten Sculpture

This sculpture dates from 10th-century CE Japan and is made of wood with polychrome. It depicts the deity Sakra Devanam Indra (or "Taishaku Ten" in Japanese). This deity may be traced back to Indra, a god of war in ancient India who was alted...
Pallava Sculpture, Kanchipuram
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Pallava Sculpture, Kanchipuram

Sculpture believed to depict a scene from 'Mathavilasa Prahasana' at Thantondreeswara Temple, Kanchipuram, India. 8th century CE.
Chokwe Sculpture, Angola
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Chokwe Sculpture, Angola

A wooden Chokwe sculpture, Angola, 19th century. The figure is female, likely royal, and has been hollowed out for use as a container for snuff with the head as the stopper. (Brooklyn Museum, New York)
Iberian Bull Sculpture
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Iberian Bull Sculpture

Iberian-Celtic bull sculpture from Saguntum (Sagunto), Spain. 4th century BCE. (Archaeological Museum, Sagunto)
The Family Founder Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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The Family Founder Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

The Family Founder (Serbian Cyrillic: Родоначелник) is a quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Adam Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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Adam Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

A quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Khmer Feminine Divinity Sculpture
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Khmer Feminine Divinity Sculpture

This Khmer sandstone sculpture represents a Hindu goddess in the Baphuon style. It comes from Preah Vihear, Preah Vihear in Cambodia and dates from the 11th century CE. (Musée Guimet, Paris)
Eastern Han Pig Sculpture
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Eastern Han Pig Sculpture

A dolomite sculpture of a recumbent pig. Eastern Han Dynasty, 25-220 CE. Height: 3 cm. Length: 10.6 cm. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
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