ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANATOLIAN SLIT-TAPESTRY WEAVINGS

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fig.10 Baked clay statuette 17.5cm from Girla Mare culture, Romania.
pg 36 Romania

fig.11 Baked clay statuette 15.6cm from Girla Mare culture, Romania.
pg 36 Romania

fig.12 Schematic female figures c.15000BC. Engraved on a rock slab
Paleolithic period from La Roche at L:alinde, southwest France.
pg. 123 Treasures of Prehistoric Art

fig.13 Ceramic female figurine c.5000BC. Vinca Mound
pg. 36 The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe

fig.14 Schematic female figurine from Mezine, late Paleolithic.
pg. 33 Art in the Ice Age

fig.15 Same as above

fig.16 Female figurine carved in soft limestone, Natufian period from Wadi Fellah.
pg. 39 The Neolithic of the Near East

fig.17 Same as above

fig.18 Clay statue of a goddess and two flanking leopards from Catal Huyuk, level II.
pg. 184 Catal Huyuk - A Neolithic Town in Anatolia

fig.19 Carved grey limestone schematic figurine from Catal Huyuk, level VI.

Excavations at Catal Huyuk in Anatolian Studies XII

fig.20 Small figurine carved in black stone 7.8cm from Catal Huyuk, level VI.
Excavations at Catal Huyuk in Anatolian Studies XII

fig.21 Burnished red ware figurine c. 5000BC from Hacilar.
pg. 227 Excavations at Hacilar

fig.22 Terra-cotta figurine c.6500BC 3.5 cm from Gladnice, southern Yugoslavia.
pg. 53 the Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe

fig.23 Effigy vessel painted red on burnished creme backround with inlaid obsidian eyes. From Hacilar level I.
pg. 525 Excavations at Hacilar

fig.24 Carved white marble violin shaped figurine c.3000BC from Beysultan.
pg.70 Hittite Art and the Antiquities of Anatolia

fig.25 Clay diety c.1900BC from Greece.
pg. 170 The Goulandris Collection of Ancient Greek Art

fig.26 Intact figurine of large size 29.4cm from Greece.
pg. 248 The Goulandris Collection of Ancient Greek Art