A full-figured find

Venus of Hohle Fels A six-centimeter ivory figurine of a woman, found in a cave in southwestern Germany and dubbed the Venus of Hohle Fels, is dated to 35,000 BCE and considered “one of the oldest known examples of figurative art” in the world.

Article via New York Times. Or, if you want a less dignified headline, try Huffington Post.

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