Female idol “Agarak”

The statuette of a nude woman with a broken head is reproduced from a clay figurine, dated from the 4th millennium BC and found at the excavations of Agarak.

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The statuette of a nude woman with a broken head is reproduced from a clay figurine, dated from the 4th millennium BC and found at the excavations of Agarak. The woman is shown standing with her short protuberant arms spread sideways. She has wide hips and and short legs set apart. Her sexual organ is marked by a rectangular scratch under her belly. Her breasts are emphasized by round protrusions. The statuette symbolizes a female deity related to the earliest agricultural beliefs of fertility, well-being and reproduction.

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Weight 276 g
Dimensions 3.5 × 6.2 × 8.5 cm
Material

cement alloy

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above is mentioned the weight of packed product

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