Statuette of a woman

The small cat figure of a woman dates back to the 6th-5th centuries BC.  The woman is naked, long-legged, with emphasized toes on her feet.  A sumptuous hairdo decorates her head.  Her face is oval-shaped, her nose is long and straight.  Her eyes are almond-shaped, and her mouth is marked as a line. She is shown wearing a breast ornament.The woman holds a pitcher in her left hand, and a goblet in her right hand.  Her wrists are decorated with round bracelets.

Collection : Archaeological collection

Exposition : Urartu in the 9th – 6th cc. BC

Period : Urartu

Era : 1st half of the 1st mill. BC

Location : Gugark – Tavush

Place : Ayrum

Material : Bronze

Inventar # : 2225-5