The Venus of Galgenburg

The Venus of Galgenburg 

"Venus vom Galgenberg, the oldest figurine of a woman apart from the Berekhat Ram figure ever found, was created around 30 000 B.C. Found on September 23, 1988 during the excavation of a habitation of palaeolithic hunters at Galgenberg near Stratzing (Lower Austria), broken into several pieces. 7.2 cm high figurine of a woman weighing 10 g and made of greenish, very shiny amphibolite slate, the upper body is turned to the side, in a dancing position, three-dimensional front, flat back, believed to have had cultic or religious significance. The stone material is from the immediate vicinity of where the figurine was found, and the waste material provides proof that the figurine was made in the same area.

Charcoal and tools of stone were found at various fire places. Special constructions probably served as shelters. It is one of the world's oldest sculptures of a woman." 

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