Bactrian Princesses,

venue: Fridericianum
The so-called Bactrian Princesses are small figurines, mostly female, made between the late third and early second millennia B.C. in an ancient civilization of western Central Asia, today Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and northern Afghanistan. They are composite stone figures, assembled from various separate pieces, made of dark green chlorite or steatite, with white limestone.