The Venus of Moravany is a small prehistoric female figurine discovered in Slovakia in the early 20th century. It was ploughed up sometime before 1930 by the farmer Štefan Hulman-Petrech in Podkovica near the village of Moravany nad Váhom in Slovakia.
It is made of mammoth tusk ivory and is dated to 22,800 BCE, which places it in upper Paleolithic times.
Curated at the Vienna Natural History Museum, Austria.
7.6 centimetres tall.
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.
.1mm, 20% infill
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