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La Dame de Saint-Sernin, statue- menhir rouergate.Musée Fenaille-Rodez-Aveyron-France

La Dame de Saint-Sernin, statue- menhir rouergate.Musée Fenaille-Rodez-Aveyron-France

Female figurine Çatalhöyük Amuq Valley Turkey Iron Age II-III (900-550 BCE) Limestone | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Female figurine Çatalhöyük Amuq Valley Turkey Iron Age II-III BCE) Limestone / Photographed at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Anthropomorphic stone stelae or statue menhirs, located in Yamna secondary graves. Yamna Culture. Late Copper Age - Early Bronze Age. 36th-23rd centuries BC. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Ukraine.

Anthropomorphic stone stelae or statue menhirs, located in Yamna secondary graves. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa 6000-5000  BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia of Turkey - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Moon-Seed Goddess This small Neolithic goddess figure was carved from bone in northern Italy, about 7000 years ago. She wears the shape of the crescent moon as a necklace, and her fertile body is decorated with a seed and a growing plant or tree.

Notice the SEED and PLANT in the middle of her body where her womb is located.This represents the one who is the creator of life. FERTILITY BEINGS