The two similar motifs are separated by ca. 2000 years.
The sky represented by the so-called tribute bearer (our discovery) is shown in the second image in this posting, which is below the first one.
Clip from The Learning Technologies (http://www.starlab.com) Heifetz Precession of the Equinoxes Historical Planisphere (1997) which is used here to show star positions and the Milky Way for the Summer Solstice point in the stars at Cancer ca. 800 B.C. as found on the statuette. That date meshes exactly with the date assigned to the Statuette by archaeology. We have added the red lines to show how they match the Statuette.