Skip to comments.Most Ancient Pottery Prehistoric Figurine of the Iberian Peninsula Found in Begues
Posted on 10/26/2012 3:18:49 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
In the course of the excavation process in Can Sadurní cave (Begues), members of the Col-lectiu per la Investigación de la Prehistòria i l'Arqueologia del Garraf-Ordal (CIPAG), together with the University of Barcelona Seminar of Studies and Prehistoric Research (SERP), found the torso, with one complete arm and the initial part of the other, of a human figurine made of pottery. Its chronostratigraphic unit makes it, until now, the most ancient human figurine of the Prehistory in Catalonia; it is dated 6500 years ago.
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The figurine is dated 6500 years ago and named "l'Encantat de Begues". (Credit: Image courtesy of Universidad de Barcelona)
Translation.....”petrified dog poo”
She looks pretty old.
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Not too old for Laz...
That's a lot speculation.
I just think the children who escaped Atantis had to have dolls to play with.....
Hard to see what kind of figurine it might have been
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