Anatolian Black stone Idol, 'Kusura type', Early Bronze Age II, circa 2700 - 2400 BC, of highly stylized form, thin rectangular body, long straight neck, disc like head. Mounted on a base.
2700 - 2400 BC
8 1/2" x 3 1/2"
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