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Terracotta Figureines of a woman Late Neolithic, 5300-4500 Bc Probably from Greece. Terracotta figurines were widely produced in the eastern Mediterranean region during the Neolithic period. The rounded forms of this figure evoke the concept of female fertility, though male figures, groups and animals are also known. the use of clay died out in the Cyclades in the Early Bronze age

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Irish Photo Archive - World History - 10909.jpg
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Terracotta Figureines of a woman Late Neolithic, 5300-4500 Bc Probably from Greece. Terracotta figurines were widely produced in the eastern Mediterranean region during the Neolithic period. The rounded forms of this figure evoke the concept of female fertility, though male figures, groups and animals are also known. the use of clay died out in the Cyclades in the Early Bronze age