Cypriot Terracotta Goddess - 7th Century BC

A Cypriot terracotta figure of a goddess or worshiper, dating to the Archaic Period, 7th to early 5th century BC.

Standing on a flared base, with a long, cylindrical body. She wears a large headdress and raises her arms to the sky, her ears decorated with separately modelled round studs, her breasts and mouth also applied from individually made pieces of clay. Decorated in red and black paint. 

A large, confidently made Cypriot votive, of a type normally found in fragments and / or overpainted.

Cypriot Terracotta Goddess - 7th Century BC. A Cypriot terracotta figure of a goddess or worshiper, dating to the Archaic Period, 7th to early 5th century BC. Standing on a flared base, with a long, cylindrical body. She wears a large headdress and raises her arms to the sky, her ears decorated with separately modelled round studs, her breasts and mouth also applied from individually made pieces of clay. Decorated in red and black paint.  A large, confidently made Cypriot votive, of a type normally found in fragments and / or overpainted.

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