Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this extremely rare Roman painted pottery wine amphora known by the Jerusalem pottery (PSEUDO -NABATAEAN) dating to the first Century AD.
They became known as Pseudo-Nabataean Ware because of their resemblance to the fine Nabataean painted wares which are characteristic to the Nabataeans. Some vessels were indistinguishable from the real Nabataean painted Ware ...click for details
You are considering a very attractive and rare ancient biblical Iron Age I terracotta incense burner stand with a high hollow base
These stands or chalices, as they are sometimes called(though it seems unlikely that they were used for drinking), are wheel made and consist of a bowl resting on a hollow foot, which widens into a round base. Our stand belong to the Iron Age I, as indicated by their characteristics ste ...click for details
From Jerusalem, an ancient Byzantine gold coin of Emperor ARCADIUS, dated from, 377 - 408 AD
Arcadius was born in Spain around AD 377, the son of Theodosius the Great and Aelia Flavia Flaccilla. His father raised him to the rank of co-Augustus of the east in AD 383, though due to his young age it was a solely ceremonial title at first. Flavius Arcadius ( 377/ 378 - May 1, 408) was a Roman Emperor (rule ...click for details