Even though they are numerically reduced, the ornitomorphous representations are known in every evolution phase of Precucuteni-Ariușd-Cucuteni-Trypillia cultural complex. Their presence – as ronde bosse or painted works – unravel the existance of a mythology and of several ritualic scenographies in which birds or creatures whose main quality is flying, played an important part.
The paper focuses on introducing into the scientific circuit several new ornitomorphous representations discovered through the latest archaeological researches or even through the careful analysis of materials which were stored a long time ago, but remained unpublished. These discoveries include in the distribution area of the ornitomorphous representations new points or even special pieces typologically speaking, which makes their signaling important. Analyzed and typologically integrated to similar discoveries throughout the reference civilization, they indicate the multiple valences of the ornimorphous representations, allowing various directions of analysis and interpretation.