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Female figurine, reportedly From: Ma'mariya, Egypt, ca. 3500-3400 B.C.E. Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa

Female figurine, reportedly From: Ma'mariya, Egypt, ca. 3500-3400 B.C.E. Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa

Barbier-Muller Geneva Culture de Vinça, Serbie, localité de Vinça

Barbier-Muller Geneva Culture de Vinça, Serbie, localité de Vinça

Offering bearer - Early Middle Kingdom 11th or very early 12th Dynasty between 2033 and 1900 BC - Probably from Thebes. Carved Figwood. Musée du Louvre Photo: Louvre

Offering bearer - Early Middle Kingdom 11th or very early 12th Dynasty between 2033 and 1900 BC - Probably from Thebes. Carved Figwood. Musée du Louvre Photo: Louvre

Figurine of a man with upraised arms Early Naqada II (ca. 3650 – 3450 BC)  The Dawn of Egyptian Art - Berkshire Fine Arts

Figurine of a man with upraised arms Early Naqada II (ca. 3650 – 3450 BC) The Dawn of Egyptian Art - Berkshire Fine Arts

The cover of one of the big coffins in Davis’s tomb. New Light on Ancient EgyptSir Gaston Camille Charles MasperoNew York: Appleton & Co., 1982.

The cover of one of the big coffins in Davis’s tomb. New Light on Ancient EgyptSir Gaston Camille Charles MasperoNew York: Appleton & Co., 1982.

Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt  Created circa 3500 B.C.E., Brooklyn Museum  This 5,000-year-old terra-cotta figure was uncovered in an Egyptian burial site in 1907. No one knows who or what she is – a goddess, a bird, a dancer, all three – ?

Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt Created circa 3500 B.C.E., Brooklyn Museum This 5,000-year-old terra-cotta figure was uncovered in an Egyptian burial site in 1907. No one knows who or what she is – a goddess, a bird, a dancer, all three – ?

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