The Dancing Girl
is a prehistoric bronze sculpture made in the lost-wax process about 2500 BCE in the Indus Valley Civilization ..
a naked young woman or girl with stylized proportions standing in a confident, naturalistic pose "she stands there with bangles all the way up her arm and nothing else on. A girl perfectly, for the moment, perfectly confident of herself and the world. There's nothing like her, I think, in the world."
-British archaeologist Mortimer Wheelerdes