This Vends figurine can only be dated on stylistic grounds because it was an isolated find made by workmen. Made of steatite, it is pointed at both ends and the tallest of all the known Venus figures. The head has a pyramidal shape with a ridge where the face should be. The shoulders are not well defined and the upper arms curve round into full breasts which are placed high. The stomach is narrow but prominent above the sexual triangle. The buttocks stick out prominently above the tapering legs.
Village of Savignano, near Modena, Italy.
Curated at the Pigorini Museum, Rome.
22.5 cms high; 5.0 cms wide; 6.5 cms thick.
Probably around 24,000 to 21,000 years old.
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 with 20% infill
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