Greek Cypriot terracotta idol, 1200 B.C. (Bronze age)

The position of the left arm and the presence of small feet on the waist show that originally this statuette was Kourotrophos, ie, carrier and protector of children. The feminine characteristics are particularly developed. She is calypigia and has a wide pubic triangle with a pronounced incision.


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