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Photo: ALP Culture, Heves County, Hungary 5.5kbcefrom source: The small anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figurines also occurred from the earliest times, and they represented identical types in regular form. The style of portrayal of the human face is peculiar to this region; the face is triangular and only the eyes, the mouth and the nose are emphasised. An interesting observation is that these objects came to light from the rubbish pits whereas from the graves we have not yet found similar objects. The idol-plastic of the ALP does not appear to have descended from either the Körös or the Vinca cultures. This figurative style developed locally and was developed further in the plastics and decorations of the late Neolithic Tisza culture.
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Photo: Anthropomorphouse vase, from Hissarlik - Troy. Anatolia, 3rd mill.BCE Terracotta, H: 18 cm AM 542
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