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Bread Goddess

A prehistoric Venus sculpture is commonly a small sculpture carved into limestone and as old as 25000 years. The sculptures are widely considered as being fertility symbols though little more can be said about them precisely. Now you too can make your very own bread Venus! All you need is some string and bread dough! And voilà; your very own fertily bread.
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4 Responses to “Bread Goddess”

  1. # Blogger Permaisuri

    :D i'm going to make one but with play-doh lol  

  2. # Blogger wendy

    And then you consume it. Oh, the irony.  

  3. # Blogger the editor.,

    Bonjour! Cedric,
    Right you are! about the sculpture being a symbol of fertility.
    Being an art student and once was enrolled in an Art History class this (sculpture) along with the prehistoric caves of France,are discussed in the beginning chapters of my Art History books.


    Merci!
    Dcd ;-D  

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