The baubo statuettes from Priene  

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A set of statuettes from Priene[1][2], a Greek city on the west coast of Asia Minor, are usually identified as "Baubo" figurines, representing the female body as the face conflated with the lower part of the abdomen. The statuettes were given their name by Hermann Alexander Diels.

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