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[1] Dumitrescu, V. Dacia, 1 (1924), 325342; Dacia, II (1925), 29–103.

[2] Our report on the researches of i960 is still unpublished.

[3] Makarenko, N. IPEK, 1927, 119.

[4] Dumitrescu, V. Raport asupra activităpi ştiinţifice a Muzeului Naţional de Antichităfi in anii 1942 şi 1943, Bucureşti, 1944, 84–87, fig. 16.

[5] Vasič, M.M. Preistoriska Vinča, 3, figs. 554, 556, etc.

[6] Vasč, M.M. Annual of the British School at Athens, 14, 328, fig. 7; Preistoriska Vinič, 11, fig. 323 a-b and 154; ibid., m, fig. 549 a-c and 119.

[7] Dumitrescu, V. Studii śi cercetäri de istorie veche, 7 (1956), 95118; VIII (1957), 307–309.

[8] The most recent discovery representing the twin female divinity was made in 1962 at Hüyük, Çatal in Anatolia, by Mellaart, James (Anatolian Studies, 13, 1963, 43103, pi. XX (d)). Could it not still be an image of the divine couple with breasts marked on both figures?

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Antiquity
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