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Neolithic Gallery

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Choose from 155 pictures in our Neolithic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Anthropomorphic statue one of several found buried in pits in the vicinity of Ain Ghazal Featured Print

Anthropomorphic statue one of several found buried in pits in the vicinity of Ain Ghazal

Anthropomorphic statue one of several found buried in pits in the vicinity of Ain Ghazal. These statues are half-size human figures and modeled in white lime plaster around a core of bundled twigs. The eyes are often marked out in bitumen. They are considered to be among the earliest large-scale representation of humans. Country of Origin: Jordan. Culture: Natufian . Period/ Date: Pre-Pottery Neolithic B c. 7th Millenium BC. Place of Origin: Ain Ghazal. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Louvre Museum, Paris. Location 25

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Painting of spirals Featured Print

Painting of spirals

Painting of spirals. Spirals are the most common design in Maltese megalithic art and it is believed to have been inspired by plants or trees. It is thought that they could be a stylised representation of the world tree. Country of Origin: Malta. Culture: Zebbug Phase Period/Date: c. 3600 - 2500 BC Place of Origin: Tal Qadi Temple. Material: Red Ochre and black paint. Credit: Werner Forman Archive. Location: 01

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Fat Lady figurine, one of the 30 seated or squating figurines which comprise Featured Print

Fat Lady figurine, one of the 30 seated or squating figurines which comprise

"Fat Lady" figurine, one of the 30 seated or squating figurines which comprise the "Hagar Qim Group". Each statuette was carved to complement a companion giving thus the impression of "twinning". The figurines are headless but specially carved shafts with counter holes indicate that they had interchangeable heads. Country of Origin: Malta. Culture: Ggantija phase Perods/Date: c. 3600 - 3200 BC Place of Origin: Hagar Qim temple. Material/ Size: Clay height 23cm. Credit: Werner Forman Archive/ Malta National Museum of Archaeology. Location: 01

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