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Ελληνικά: Είδωλο γυναικείας μορφής.

Η ελαφρώς διογκωμένη κοιλιά υποδηλώνει κατάσταση εγκυμοσύνης. Κανονικός τύπος, παραλλαγή Δωκοθσμάτων. Αποδίδεται στον "Καλλιτέχνη του Μουσείου Ashmolean".

ΠΚ ΙΙ περίοδος φάση Σύρου (2800-2300 π.Χ. Μουσείο Κυκλαδικής Τέχνης. Αθήνα.
English: Female figurine. The slightly swollen abdomen perhaps indicates pregnancy.

Canonical type. Dkathimata variety. Attributed to the "Ashmolean Museum Master" EC II period. Syros phase (2800-2300 BC).

Cycladic Art Museum, Athens, Greece.
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