Palaeolithic Pornography: Venus of Hohle Fels

On May 13, 2009, researchers revealed a 35,000 years old female figurine that was excavated from an archaeological dig in a cave located in Hohle Fels, Germany. Researchers believe the 2.36-inch long ivory sculpture with enlarged breasts, bloated belly and wide thighs is a example of Palaeolithic Pornography. They believe the Venus of Hohle Fels suggests that ancient humans also had sex on their minds.

Labeling Palaeolithic art as pornography seems to be spreading sexually obscene propaganda. The ancient art could have been used as a symbol of female fertility.

Art is interpreted by the mind’s eye of the beholder. For example, the mind’s eye of Miss Moneypenny can interpret the ancient art as looking like a chicken with huge chicken breasts undoubtedly carved by a saber-toothed Speedcat

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Although no one can explain the sculptor’s intention, the ivory carving of a busty pregnant woman could have been a symbol of fertility and/or the reproduction of human life.

Related News source: Excavation in Germany turns up paleolithic porn

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About Miss Moneypenny

Contrarian Comedienne who creates Photoshop Political Satire and comedy.

Posted on May 19, 2009, in Humor, Satire, Titillating Tuesday, Wordless Chicken Tuesday and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. why did they have to go right to porn?

    I agree with YOU when you said, “The ancient art could have been used as a symbol of female fertility.” UM YEAH!

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Meleah,

      A symbol of female fertility appears to be the best explanation yet, I wonder if the researchers used media sensationalism to sell their story to modern male readers?

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