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Stylised clay female figurine, Czech Republic, Paleolithic, Aurignacian period, c38, 000 BC Featured Image

Stylised clay female figurine, Czech Republic, Paleolithic, Aurignacian period, c38, 000 BC

Stylised clay female figurine, Czech Republic, Paleolithic, Aurignacian period, c38, 000 BC. The so-called Vestonice Venus, found at Dolni Vestonice in Moravia. Many of these statuettes are considered to have been used as fertility symbols. From the Moravian Museum, Brno, Czech Republic

© Werner Forman Archive/ Moravian Museum, Brno. / Heritage-Images

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Painting of spirals from the oracle room in the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Malta, c3600-2500 BC Featured Image

Painting of spirals from the oracle room in the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Malta, c3600-2500 BC

Painting of spirals from the oracle room in the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Malta, c3600-2500 BC. 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. The hypogeum is a hewn rock structure used as a cemetery. The origins of this monument are unclear, but it was used for several generations

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Kits Coty house, Kent, 1892
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Kits Coty house, Kent, 1892
Later Stone Age rock painting, Sandawe culture, Tanzania. Artist: Werner Forman Featured Image

Later Stone Age rock painting, Sandawe culture, Tanzania. Artist: Werner Forman

Later Stone Age rock painting, Sandawe culture, Tanzania. The painting has been interpreted by recent scholars as recording a shamanistic trance dance known as simbo among the hunter gatherer Sandawe people. Sensations induced during these dances include visions of animals, a feeling of bodily elongation, and a prickling of the scalp like a lion's mane. From the Tanzania National Museum, Dar es Salaam

© Werner Forman Archive/ Tanzania National Museum, Dar es Sala / Heritage-Images


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