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Venus of Willendorf 3D Model
Cast of female figurine in limestone from the Loess Station at Willendorf, Lower Austria. Dates to 23,000 BC or earlier.
These ‘Venus’ figures start to be carved by our modern ancestors over 30,000 years ago and may have been religious or fertility symbols.
Object in the Royal Pavilion & Museums’ archaeological collections, digitised by the University of Brighton’s Cultural Informatics team.
Accession number: R3411/56
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