Marigny (Allier)

This figure, on the left-hand door-jamb of a late-Romanesque rural church
is remarkable for its similarity to post-Romaneesque figures in the British Isles.

A female with damaged or enhanced vulva squats, elbows on knees,
with what appears to be a lunula in one hand, while in the other might be a basket
or bundle representing a cornucopia.

Or it could be a knot of snakes!

photo by Mike Adlem

Compare with the figure at Copgrove in Yorkshire


...and an early Babylonian statuette of the goddess Ishtar (Astarte).