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8,500-year-old marble statuette discovered in Turkey (www.dailysabah.com)

The statuette, a 5-centimeter-tall (2-inch-tall) prismatic figurine with a reclining human figure, was found during excavations in the southern mound of the Neolithic site of Catalhoyuk in central Turkey.

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