From Turkey: http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=73718
This is a large, sort of crude, marble statue.
Some figures from this region were found here:
Çayönü: (Cult Buildings).
Çayönü was excavated by Robert Braidwood in the 1960s, as a joint project between the universities of Chicago and Istanbul. It dates back to at least 7,200 BC (1)
The site provided the archaeological world with several 'first's' including animal husbandry, woven cloth, smelted copper Terrazzo (stone pieces pressed into a cement base) floors and several female figurines among the finds representing some of the earliest traces of the Mother Goddess cult in the region.