8 June 2001
A CANAANITE BRONZE FEMALE DEITY
Circa First Half of the Second Millennium B.C.
Depicted standing with her hands resting on her abdomen, right below left, with long legs, a raised pubic triangle, a slender waist and small breasts, her large head with prominent ears and nose, a small mouth and lidded eyes beneath arching brows, wearing a conical cap, with two long braids falling in back
9¼ in. (23.5 cm) high
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