Early Anatolian sandstone female idol of the Kiliya type, ca. 3rd millenium BCE, depicting a simple female torso with flaring triangular arms offset from the torso by oblique cuts; the wide pointed hips taper to the feet. On lucite stand.
Provenance: Collection of Bruce Dayton & Ruth Stricker Dayton, Minnesota.
(Without stand) Height: 6 in x diameter: 2 1/2 in.
Lacks head; wear and smaller losses consistent with age.
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