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Greek Pottery 400 BC - Clay bottle-shaped vessel with single handle, footed base. Two red figures on a black and orange background: a male and female figure dancing. Covered with an earthen patina.
Egyptian Sandstone Relief Fragment 1570 – 1342 BC - An Egyptian sandstone relief fragment, carved with the image of the god Thoth, the God of wisdom, with the head of an Ibis, facing to the left. With a line of hieroglyphic symbols on the left and holding an ankh in the right hand. New Kingdom 18th Dynasty.
Nayarit Culture Statue 100 BC – 250 AD - Protoclassic. A red clay figure holds a drinking vessel to his lips and one on his back, with bulging eyes and a hat on his head.
Asian Horse Head 400 AD - As a symbol of wealth, prestige and status, the horse has been one of man’s most useful animals for thousands of years. In Greek mythology, Poseidon is said to have created the horse.
Antiquities, Egyptian Antiquities - Scarabs, Cats, Figures, Statues - Antiquities, Egyptian Antiquities - scarabs, cats, figures, statues, and a Roman ring. Plus Pre-columbian artifacts.
Egyptian Sandstone Relief Fragment 1570 – 1342 BC - Sandstone carving of a figure facing, Anubis, the patron god of embalming. Two lines of Hieroglyphic symbols. New Kingdom 18th Dynasty
Egyptian Sandstone Relief Fragment 1570 – 1342 BC - Sandstone carving of Horus, the Egyptian sky god, with the head of a falcon, a royal crown, and a male figure on his left side. Hieroglyphic symbols visible at the top. New Kingdom 18th Dynasty
Roman Lion Plaque 100 â€“ 200 AD - Terracotta fierce looking lion with full mane, hollow in the back. Covered in a reddish patina. Roman antiquities.
Turquoise Stone Lioness, Egyptian Statue 305 â€“ 30 BC - Finely carved turquoise polished stone lioness, associated with the Egyptian lion-headed Goddess Sekhmet, in an attack pose. Ptolemaic.
Greek Swords 400 BC - Made from one solid bronze piece, this short sword has a flared hilt covered with a double-raised ring pattern, the blade with a single raised ridge down the length. Covered in a vivid green patina with heavy earthen encrustations.
Mesopotamian Pottery 1200 BC - Stylized clay drinking vessel with an open-mouthed creature. Hand painted designs. Buff with a light earthen patina.
Egyptian Cartonnage Mask 305 â€“ 30 BC - Made from linen and gesso and then painted. Entire face covered in gold leaf. On the front, two jackals and four snakes on either side. On the top, a winged eagle with two spears. One one side, standing Horus and Osiris, on the other, Anubus, and Horus with crown. Cartonnage mummy masks were once was used to cover the head of a mummy.
Ancient Sandstone Egyptian Wall Fragment 1570 â€“ 1342 BC - Ancient sandstone Egyptian wall fragment 1570 - 1342 BC, depicts the upper body of a Goddess in profile wearing the plumed crown of Upper Egypt, and braided wig. Covered in a light earthen patina. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty. Egyptian antiquities.
Egyptian Scarab Antiquity - Very large beige limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the Mummy. Some were worn by the deceased on a necklace, or mounted in gold settings as a pectoral. Heart scarabs provided the bearer with the assurance that at the final judgment as depicted in the Book of the Dead, the bearer would be found ”True of Voice” and accepted into the eternal afterlife by the God Osiris. With open fretwork. Beetle on the top, a portrait of a ruler on the bottom, designs on the sides. Traces of green. Extremely large and beautiful. 18th Dynasty.
European Statues - Iron statue of a standing robed male. White finish. Standing on a finely detailed footed base.
Corinthian Helmets - Corinthian iron helmet used in Ancient Greek warfare. Made from iron, with raised circle patterns on the crown. The ancient Greeks called themselves Hellenes and their land Hellas. They never formed a national government but were united by a common culture, religion and language. Covered in rust patina and earthen encrustations. Very rare.
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Ancient Greek Pendant and Earrings - Ancient Greek pendant and earrings. Solid silver Alexander the Great tetradrachm and drachmae designed in modern Vermeil settings of 22KT gold plate finish over pure silver, the accent beads applied to each piece.
Ancient Artifacts Persian Statue 200 BC - Made from black basalt with traces of a red pigment, a decorative carving that once adorned a building. Ancient artifacts Persian statue 200 BC.
Ancient Egyptian Stone Carving - Ancient Egyptian stone carving. Sandstone carving of a Pharaoh riding on a horse carried chariot in the hunting scene, holding a bow and arrow in his hands. On the front top and bottom, fragments of hieroglyphic symbols.