Kusura-Beycesultan type idol of flattened form with rounded pouch-like body, triangular arm stumps, short neck and round head.
Circa 2700-2100 BC
The so-called Kusura-Beycesultan type idols mix the features of both sites : the disc shaped head of the Kusura idols and the pouch-like body with small arm stumps of the Beycesultan idols, also known as “violin idols”.
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