Neolithic

Neolithic art is found throughout out mainland Europe, the British Isles, the Near East, North Africa, Asia Minor, and Asia. Works of art remaining from this period are utilitarian, or take an anthropomorphic or zoomorphic form, and are made of naturally occurring materials such as carved and polished stone, bone, or antler. In later Neolithic times terracotta is used for pottery and figurines. The Neolithic period generally begins in the Middle East with humankind’s transition from being primarily “hunters and gatherers” to the establishment of the first agricultural settlements, the domestication of livestock around 8000 B.C., and eventually the manufacture of pottery. After its early development in the Levant, Neolithic culture spread east and west to southeastern Anatolia and northern Mesopotamia. In southeastern Europe agrarian societies appeared by about 6500 B.C., and through cultural fusion and migration Neolithic traditions spread west and north, reaching northwestern Europe by 4500 B.C. The period gradually ends around 3200 B.C. with the development of copper and subsequently bronze tools at the beginning the Bronze Age.
Anatolian Gold Ring "Idol"
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Neolithic "Ring Idol"
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Neolithic "Ring Idol"
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Neolithic Anthropomorphic "Idol"
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Neolithic Gold Ring "Idol"
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Neolithic Statuette of a Standing Ram or Goat
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Neolithic Stone Female "Idol"
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Neolithic Triangular "Idol"
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Phoenix Ancient Art 2005- No 1 Catalogue
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Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 1 Catalogue
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Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 2 Catalogue
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Phoenix Ancient Art 2007- No 1 Catalogue
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Phoenix Ancient Art 2010- No 1 Catalogue
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Phoenix Ancient Art Catalogue- 2016- CRYSTAL VI
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Phoenix Ancient Art's Exotics of the Classical World
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Tell Halaf Terracotta Figure of a Woman
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