23,000-year-old Statue of Ancient S*x Goddess Found in Russia with 'Bum Like Kim Kardashian's'

A s*x goddess that dates back 23,000 years ago has been found in Russia with a bum that looks like that of Kim Kardashian.
The front view of the new figurine of Upper Paleolithic Venus (Photo: Alexander Pakhunov / The Siberia)
 
A stunning 23,000-year-old "Venus" statue with a "derriere like Kim Kardashian's" has been unearthed, scientists say.
 
According to the Siberian Times, the statue was carved from woolly mammoth tusk, the naked Paleolithic beauty displays a "fantastically delicate" prehistoric woman. The statue was made in the Bryansk region of Russia.
 
Speaking on the discovery, Dr Konstantin Gavrilov, who led the expedition compared the figure to a portly woman.
 
"This statuette pictures a rather portly woman, but it looks fantastically delicate, probably due to the long and thin legs,' enthused the scientist, from the Stone Age department of Moscow's Archeology Institute.

"The figurine with slightly bended legs recalls Danae, as painted by the New Age artists."
 
Others suggested a more modern icon for the two inch high ancient treasure - Kim Kardashian, reported The Siberian Times.
 
It appeared to depict a "cult of fertility", said Dr Gavrilov, but then indicated this was impossible since it predated the existence of agriculture.
 
The "Venus" is made from "mammoth tusk and it portrays a fat, maybe pregnant woman, with a big belly and bust," he said.

"Part of the bust and belly has peeled off, along a natural crack in the tusk."
 
But the rear view remains intact from 23,000 years ago.
 
"The figurine was found near large limestone layers and parts of mammoth bones that were painted with a mineral sienna paint.
 
"Most likely, the statuette was put next to the bones on the ground rather than 'buried' like other 'Venuses'" found in Russia.
 
 
Most experts believed such prehistoric statuettes are "ceremonial" and "ritual" objects, he said. Other "Venuses" have been found in Russia, notably near Lake Baikal in Siberia, but on closer inspection some of these were, in fact, clothed.
 
The latest find was made among bones of mammoths, bison, and flint stones in a 23,000 year old layer at archeological site Khotylyovo-2.
 
Scientist Konstantin Gavrilov (Photo: The Siberian Times)


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