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Jens Notroff May 15
Replying to @jens2go
Or the noteworthy number of small ceramic figures and anthropomorphic plaster- from sites PPN-sites like in Jordan - which indicate at least a certain familiarity with the material and its 'forgeability'.
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Jens Notroff 4 Sep 16
"The Aftermath of ‘" - 's great Gary Rollefson on fascin. research in !
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Naybella 29 Jul 15
At 9,000 years old, this is the oldest work presented at the . Eighth millennium BC…
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Carl Gruenenfelder 23 Apr 17
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Mondivirtuali Nov 9
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Pauli🔅 Jun 26
#Laramie yesterday
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Miklos Kiss 24 Nov 16
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Sarah Katz 4 Aug 18
Tribute to the civilization, lost to famine in eastern between 7-9,000 years ago.
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ACOR Jordan Mar 16
Replying to @ACORJordan
5/5 Here, Ilse Köhler-Rollefson is removing dirt from the statues, which date to 6750 B.C.E. Photo taken in 1983. The site itself dates back to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic period, & it is the largest Neolithic site in the Levant.
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Carl Gruenenfelder 29 Mar 19
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Noor Nahas 19 Jul 16
Al Aza army enter after restoring control of the village in
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Nayef H Al-fayez 9 Jan 12
just visited archaeological fieldwork. makes oldest inhabited capital in the world, 10.000 years ago
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Eleanor Adair 1 May 17
Blue Men, inspired by 'Ain Ghazal neolithic figurines, pen and ink on paper, 28x37cm
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Tamara 9 Jan 18
Shocking testimony by a brave woman regarding the massacre of at the hands of
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DragonRealms 28 Oct 16
Uninvited guests have the Sisters unnerved. Your assistance is requested!
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Iker Jiménez 1 Feb 15
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 20
Added many images to and of the so-called "'Ain Ghazal statues", 8th millennium BCE, from Jordan. My Nikon at the British Museum, Jordan Museum, and Jordan Archaeological Museum.
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 20
Micah and Noah (named by their excavators); two Ain Ghazal statues at the British Museum. Pre-pottery neolithic B, 8th millennium BCE, from Ain Ghazal, Jordan. My Nikon D60 at the British Museum
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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin Mar 20
Ain Ghazal Statues, close-up images. 8th millennium BCE, pre-pottery neolithic B. From Ain Ghazal, outskirts of Amman, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. My Nikon's sharp eye at the Jordan Museum & Jordan Archaeological Museum!
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Iker Jiménez 1 Feb 15
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