Female Figurine - Canaanite period - 14th century B.C.E
This replica of a handmade clay figurine of a woman was most likely part of a fertility cult. Similar figurines have been found along the Mediterranean coast and in Cyprus where they may have been made and exported to Canaan. Color: Terra Cotta Size: 2 11/16 Inch
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- Genre: Archeological