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28 Greek Museum Products that contain 'female' and 'female'
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1 - Busts -> -> Mini Head $5.54

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
2 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head small $7.52

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
3 - Busts -> -> Small Head $7.52

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
4 - Busts -> -> Small Head no base $7.52

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
5 - Busts -> -> Small Head with ears $7.52

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
6 - Busts -> -> Small Head round $7.52

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
7 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head $13.07

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
8 - Busts -> -> Large Black $17.82

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
9 - Busts -> -> Medium Head $17.82

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
10 - Busts -> -> Large Head $26.53

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
11 - Busts -> -> Wide Large Head $30.49

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
12 - Idols -> -> Seated female figurine $55.44

"Seated female figurine. Originally of White Naxian marble. Late Neolithic, c. 5300-4500 BC."
13 - Busts -> -> Giant Head $95.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
14 - Busts -> -> Mini Head $149.58

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
15 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head small $203.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
16 - Busts -> -> Small Head $203.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
17 - Busts -> -> Small Head no base $203.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
18 - Busts -> -> Small Head with ears $203.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
19 - Busts -> -> Small Head round $203.04

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
20 - Busts -> -> Triangular Head $352.89

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
21 - Busts -> -> Large Black $481.14

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
22 - Busts -> -> Medium Head $481.14

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
23 - Idols -> -> Standing idol classic giga $495.00

"Female Idol known as Bastis Master. A masterpiece of Cycladic sculpture, the female figure with sophisticated, near abstract, elegance is the work of an unknown sculptor. Lost for millennia, Cyclades art was rediscovered and admired in the late 19th century by many European artists. The original Greek sculpture from the Cycladic islands dating from around 26002400 B.C."
24 - Busts -> -> Large Head $716.31

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
25 - Busts -> -> Wide Large Head $823.23

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
26 - Idols -> -> Seated female figurine $1496.88

"Seated female figurine. Originally of White Naxian marble. Late Neolithic, c. 5300-4500 BC."
27 - Busts -> -> Giant Head $2566.08

"Female Idol Head from the Greek Cycladic Islands, in the southwestern Aegean Sea, rich in marble and obsidian. It was there where inhabitants began producing marble vessels and human figures around 4500-2200 B.C. These figures were predominantly representations of women, and were articulated with color to indicate details such as eyes, hair, headbands, or tattoos. This Cycladic Head original of marble 27002500 B.C. depicts an early Spedos type. Such figures are often roundly modeled with broad heads tilting upward; Metropolitan Museum of Art"
28 - Idols -> -> Standing idol classic giga $13365.00

"Female Idol known as Bastis Master. A masterpiece of Cycladic sculpture, the female figure with sophisticated, near abstract, elegance is the work of an unknown sculptor. Lost for millennia, Cyclades art was rediscovered and admired in the late 19th century by many European artists. The original Greek sculpture from the Cycladic islands dating from around 26002400 B.C."
 
  

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