Traces of red ochre are visible on the head, right arm and lower backside.
Venus of Moravany (Slovakia) Date: 24,000-22,000 BCE Material: Mammoth ivory Discovered in a freshly ploughed field close to the village of Moravany nad Vahom in Western Slovakia, in 1938, this figurine is carved from mammoth bone and is 7.6 centimetres in height.
Its discovery has to some extent undermined the doubts voiced by many archeologists concerning the singular status of Berekhat Ram as a genuine work of art.
Venus of Hohle Fels (Germany) Date: 38,000-33,000 BCE Material: Mammoth ivory Found in the locality of the Hohlenstein mountain in the Swabian Jura - the site of numerous finds, including the Lion Man of Hohlenstein Stadel and a cache from the Vogelherd cave - see: Ivory Carvings of the Swabian Jura.
Venus of Willendorf (Austria) Date: 25,000 BCE Material: Oolitic limestone The Venus of Willendorf was discovered in 1908, near Krems in Austria.