The Venus figurines of Gagarino are eight Palaeolithic Venus figurines made from ivory. The statuettes belong to the Gravettian industry and are about 21,000–20,000 years old. They were discovered near to the village of Gagarino in Lipetsk Oblast, Russia, and are now held in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.
The Figurine No. 1 (by Abramova 1962) is sculpted similar to the Venus of Willendorf: The depicted female body is naked and obese, which is not necessarily interpreted as pregnant. The small arms are at the side with no hands. The face is not depicted, but a headgear or a hairstyle is indicated. The breasts are heavy, and the mons veneris is indicated.
This STL was made from a high resolution scan of the original cast of this ancient figurine, while it was being exhibited in the Czech Republic in the 1980's. I spent two years tracking down these casts and making these scans using the latest high resolution (<25 microns) scanner and this is the most accurate and VIRTUALLY ONLY museum quality exact recreation of the original Venus figurine you can find.
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