The three dimensional goddess images on this site are museum quality and personally hand made by me, Constance Tippett. They are made from kiln-fired terra cotta clay and finished with a patina that gives them an antique appearance. Since the images are hand made, not mass produced, no two are exactly alike. In cases where molds are used, I have made the molds myself. Molded statues are finished individually.

[I am continuing to sell the Goddess Timeline, but I am no longer producing these images for sale. However I am leaving them here as an image gallery.]


The Dreaming Goddess of Malta, 3000 BCE

The Dreaming Goddess (also known as the Sleeping Lady) was found in the “oracle” room of an underground labyrinth called the Hypogeum on the island of Malta. 6 inches long.

Cucuteni Bird Goddess, 4500 BCE

From Old Europe’s Cucuteni culture in Romania, many of these figures had small heads and up-raised arms that appeared to be wings. 6.5 inches tall.

Bird Goddess from Cyprus, 2500 BCE

One of the many bird goddesses that were popular at the time. Has a beak, ear rings, and is holding a baby. 8 inches tall.

Bird Mother Goddess from Boeotia, 7000 BCE

Enthroned mother bird holding a child. The pattern on her skirt shows the sacred connection between the goddess and women’s work of weaving. 8 inches tall.

Bee Goddess from Rhodes, 7th Century BCE

The bee was a prevalent image of the Goddess found in such diverse cultures as Mesopotamia, Lithuania, Egypt, Sicily, and elsewhere. The names Melissa and Deborah refer to a priestess of the goddess and literally mean “honey bee.” 7.5 inches tall.

webmedusa1 Medusa

Greek myth made her the terrible Gorgon whose look turned men to stone. She was on Athena’s shield and is the destroyer aspect of the triple goddess. 3.5 inches diameter.

Isis, 1300 BCE

Known as the queen of the earth, moon, and stars. Her hieroglyph was the throne, which she wore as a headdress. Simply put, she was the throne from which the king ruled. 12 inches across.

IshtarIshtar/Astarte, 2000 BCE

She was known as the Queen of Heaven shown seated and holding her breasts, which was a common pose at that time, representing the concept that the divine feminine was the nurturer of the world. 12 inches tall.

Hathor Bowl

Hathor was the cow goddess of creation who gave birth to the universe. She was one of Egypt’s most famous goddesses.

Demeter garden plaque, 2nd Century BCE

One of the twelve great Olympian deities. She has power over the productivity of the earth and the social order of humans. She is shown holding grain (nourishment), poppies (medicine), and snakes (regeneration). 16.5 inches across.


Arethusa wall plaque. Inspired by a Greek coin, 400 BCE. She was a Grecian water deity and an attendant to Artemis.

“Lady of the House,” 5600 BCE

“Lady of the House” from Macedonia, 5600 BCE. This shrine model was found buried in ancient Macedonia a temple’s foundation. The culture was far from primitive. The houses were well built, many two stories. This replica can be used as a votive candle holder.

The Elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water
~ Written as ambigrams
Goddess in the Temple
snakegoddess1Neolithic Snake Goddess
Old Europe Altar
The Green Man

This is the horned male god of nature. Similar images are found in many old Christian churches, linked with John Barleycorn, Cernunnos, and Pan.