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EL NEOLÍTICO

EL NEOLÍTICO

'The woman from the Pataud shelter,' thought to have lived between 47,000 and 17,000 years ago, was reconstructed in silicone by Elisabeth Daynes. | AFP-JIJI

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a recreation of a Pataud woman. Her year old bones were found in a rock shelter in France’s southwestern Dordogne region. Reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynes.

Pharaoh, queen, slave, egyptians, Egypt:

Pharaoh, queen, slave, egyptians, Egypt:

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A Sumerian female headdress reconstructed, probably worn by a noble woman.Below: An illustration of a woman wearing it from Fine Art America.

Evening gown, Joseph, New York, 1913. Royal purple panné silk with short-sleeved silk lace V-neck bodice asymmetrically draped in gold metallic mesh. High jeweled midriff band with clear center and magenta paste butterfly. Hobble skirt layered over short train. Whitaker Auctions

Evening gown, Joseph, New York, Royal purple panné silk with short-sleeved silk lace V-neck bodice asymmetrically draped in gold metallic mesh. High jeweled midriff band with clear center and magenta paste butterfly. Hobble skirt layered over short train.

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