(Art) Venus of Willendorf by Lydia Ruyle

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Venus of Willendorf is over 30,000 years old and the most well known paleolithic Venus. She is well endowed, small and mighty. On her head is a seven circle labyrinth. Her rainbows of energy in the banner background ripple around the world. For the new millennium, the Naturhistorische Museum in Vienna created a special shrine room for their most visited Venus. 

Stone sculpture, c. 30,000 BCE, shrine, Naturhistorische Museum, Vienna

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Hey I love your art work! I have a blog dealing with questions of sexuality and exploring the power of the feminine. Would you allow me to use one of these beautiful venus designs. Check out my site at snakeskinned.com Would love to hear from you!


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Hi beauties ! Today we can remember the famous Venus of Willendorf. 30,000 years old and the most well known paleolithic Venus. Have a nice sunday. Greetings from Barcelona ! ⚓⚓⚓


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