Neolithic Terracotta Vinca Idol - 4500 BC

A large, well preserved Vinca idol, from south eastern Europe, dating to the 5th Millennium BC. 

Depicting a standing female deity with a pot belly and large rounded buttocks. The arms held out and curving downwards, her triangular head gently tilted back to gaze skywards through her large, crescent-shaped eyes. Wearing a close-fitting garment decorated with deeply incised swirls and geometric patterns, and with remnants of red pigment. The arms perforated for suspension or for the attachment of decorations. 

A superb, finely decorated prehistoric idol.

Neolithic Terracotta Vinca Idol - 4500 BC. A large, well preserved Vinca idol, from south eastern Europe, dating to the 5th Millennium BC.  Depicting a standing female deity with a pot belly and large rounded buttocks. The arms held out and curving downwards, her triangular head gently tilted back to gaze skywards through her large, crescent-shaped eyes. Wearing a close-fitting garment decorated with deeply incised swirls and geometric patterns, and with remnants of red pigment. The arms perforated for suspension or for the attachment of decorations.  A superb, finely decorated prehistoric idol.

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