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NEOLITHIC BLACK POTTERY HEAD FROM AN IDOL  Neolithic black pottery head from an idol, Black, with incised almond-shaped eyes, cheek line, raised nasal ridge, and pointed nose; perforations for earrings, and three additional perforations at the top-back of the head. Choice.  Vinca Culture, Balkan area, ca. 5th Millennium BC  H. 1 7/8 in (4.8 cm.)

NEOLITHIC BLACK POTTERY HEAD FROM AN IDOL Neolithic black pottery head from an idol, Black, with incised almond-shaped eyes, cheek line, raised nasal ridge, and pointed nose; perforations for earrings, and three additional perforations at the top-back of the head. Choice. Vinca Culture, Balkan area, ca. 5th Millennium BC H. 1 7/8 in (4.8 cm.)

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE    Female figure. Terracotta From Medvednjak, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 15 cm  Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

NEOLITHIC SCULPTURE 10TH-5TH MILL.BCE Female figure. Terracotta From Medvednjak, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 15 cm Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Vinca culture, Kosovo, neolithic period

Vinca is the largest and most comprehensively excavated Neolithic settlement in Europe. Between 4500 and 3500 BC it was a major prehistoric settlement. Thus, Vinca is a notion signifying nowadays the peak of Neolithic farming settled culture in Europe.