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Goddess.

NEOLITHIC Anonymous (9000 BCE - c. 2000 BCE)
2nd millennium BCE Central Asian Neolithic Sculpture

Female figurine.

NEOLITHIC Anonymous (9000 BCE - c. 2000 BCE)
50th-30th c BCE Central Asian Neolithic Sculpture

Female figurine.

NEOLITHIC Anonymous (9000 BCE - c. 2000 BCE)
Clay
20th-17th c BCE Central Asian Namazga-Tepe Sculpture

Man Riding a Horse.

CENTRAL ASIAN Anonymous
Copper alloy
22nd-18th c BCE Central Asian Afghani Sculpture

Head with monsters.

CENTRAL ASIAN Anonymous
Bronze
1st-5th c Chinese Steppes Metalwork

Standard with Stag.

CENTRAL ASIAN Anonymous
6th-5th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Central Asian Metalwork

Harness mounting. Two goats.

LURISTAN Anonymous (act. c. 1200 BCE-c. 600 BCE)
Bronze
10th-8th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Luristan Metalwork

Man and lions.

LURISTAN Anonymous (act. c. 1200 BCE-c. 600 BCE)
Bronze
9th-6th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Luristan Metalwork

Pin. Goddess of animals.

LURISTAN Anonymous (act. c. 1200 BCE-c. 600 BCE)
Bronze
7th-5th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Luristan Metalwork

Finial. Four Ibexes.

LURISTAN Anonymous (act. c. 1200 BCE-c. 600 BCE)
Bronze
8th-7th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Luristan Metalwork

Axe-heads.

LURISTAN Anonymous (act. c. 1200 BCE-c. 600 BCE)
Bronze
12th-7th c BCE Central Asian Animal Style: Luristan Metalwork


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