Venus of Galgenberg


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Venus Galgenberg

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The Venus of Galgenberg was originally made of serpentine in Austria about 32,000 years ago. It is also called the Dancing Woman, or Fanny - an Austrian dancer. Some people see a woman who makes a pirouette. But in the book 'Understanding Life' it is also noted that a combination of a woman and a phallus can be recognized here. A fertility symbol in which the male and female sex are represented. The original is located in the Natural History Museum of Vienna. About 7 cm high and as flat as a euro.

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Polyurethane replica
Height 7 cm

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