Egyptian, Roman and Greek Antiquities by Explorer Ancient Art
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1232856
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$1600.00
New Kingdom, limestone sunk relief, depicting a worshipper offering the god Maat. With well-defined hands, Maat is wearing the ostrich plume and the ankh stands above the knee. New Kingdom, 19th/20th Dynasty, 1290-1070 B.C. 6 1/2 inches high X 3 3/4 inches wide. Mounted. From an old NYC collection, acquired before 1980. Maat was the goddess of truth, justice and harmony. She was the wife of Thoth, the god of wisdom. Maat and Thoth helped at the Weighing of the Heart.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1232045
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$1250.00
A large bronze eye and eyebrow from a sarcophagus mask. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. Eyebrow measures 4 1/2 inches. Eye measures 4 1/4 inches. Eye with stone remains. Mounted. From an old Belgian collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Greek : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1232038
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$2900.00
A large, hollow molded, attractive female head, with prominent facial details, mouth open, possibly representing an illness with swollen glands underneath the face, face framed by the tightly curled hair, parted in the middle. Overall light surface encrustation. 4th/3rd Century B.C. 8 1/2 inches high. Minor chips on base, otherwise intact. Private Paris, France private collection. Acquired @ 20 years ago.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1230675
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$1100.00
A sizeable terracotta head of Bes, with bulging eyes, flat nose, thick beard, high cheek bones, exposed tongue and thick beard. Ptolemaic Period, 100-30 B.C. 5 inches high. Intact as shown. ex. Lauwers family collection, Belgium, collected before 1980. Bes was worshipped as a protector of households, of mothers and children and childbirth and later regarded as the defender of everything good and the enemy of all that is bad.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Pre AD 1000 item #1230670
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$850.00
An ancient Roman, lower body portion of a nude male figure. With his left foot raised and defined genitals and buttocks. 1st/2nd century. 3 1/2 inches high. Intact as shown. Remains of internal core. Mounted. Ex. Lauwers family collection, Belgium, acquired in the 1970s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Greek : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1230667
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$895.00
Roman bronze door or chest handle in the form of a lion's face with ferocious expression. With incised mane, eyes, and facial details and the open mouth grabbing the ring handle. 2nd/3rd Century. 4 1/2 inches in diameter. Mounted. Ex. Lauwers family collection, Belgium, collected in the 1970s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Wood : Pre AD 1000 item #1230665
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$3500.00
Couchant wood Anubis, depicted as a jackal, with painted details. With extensive remains of gesso and polychrome. Ptolemaic Period, 100-30 B.C. 9 inches long X 6 1/2 inches high. Tail gone. Losses as shown. Ex. Lauwers collection, Belgium, acquired in the 1970s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1229593
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$1495.00
A large ancient Egyptian bronze Hem Hem crown, with rams horns, plumes, ureai and lotus flowers. Probably from a large bronze Harpocrates. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 4 3/8 inches high. Small bronze piece gone in center lotus flower, revealing the inner core. Otherwise intact. Ex. Lauwers collection, Belgium, acquired in the 1970s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1229592
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$2800.00
A graceful, striding bronze nude figure of Harpocrates, wearing the red or Deshret crown of Lower Egypt, fronted with ureaus, wearing the separately cast side lock, right arm bent at the elbow with forefinger pointing to his mouth and with well-defined hands and feet. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 3 1/2 inches high. Ex. Benedict collection, originally acquired in Poland in the early 1900's.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1228676
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$425.00
Conical shaped bronze situla, with a lotus on bottom, depicting a priest facing an offering table with a lotus and worshipping the god, Amun-Min. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 2 1/2 inches high. Suspension loops gone. From an old Belgian family collection, acquired in the 1970s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Pre AD 1000 item #1228613
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$2900.00
An Egyptian ovoid red and cream breccia vase The bag-shaped body with a tapering rounded base and a short everted rim. Very small chip on rim. Early Dynastic Period, 2nd-3rd Dynasty, circa 2700 B.C. 2 1/2 inches high. From an old French collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1226331
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$325.00
The god of unguents and perfume, Nefertum is depicted seated, wearing the lotus crown, wearing a tripartite wig, legs together, arms resting on legs and with intact suspension loop. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 1 1/8 inches high. Intact. From an old New Jersey collection, acquired in the 1960s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1225231
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$695.00
Colorful ancient Egyptian faience tubular and disc beads, along with modern gold colored beads, restrung into an elaborate broad collar necklace. Late Period for the faience beads, 600-300 B.C. Gold colored beads, modern. From an old NYC collection. Acquired in the early 1980s from Lustig Antiques, Hunter, N.Y.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1222954
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$225.00
A reddish-brown faience figure of Bes playing a tambourine. 18th Dynasty, Period of Akhenaten, 1352-1336 B.C. 1/2 inch. Mounted. From a New Jersey private collection, acquired in the 1960s.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1222953
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$395.00
A group of four Egyptian faience crowns. Including two crowns of Lower Egypt, one crown of Upper Egypt and a plumed Atef crown. Atef crown - 1 1/2 inches, Crowns - @ 1 inch each. 26th/30th Dynasty, 600-300 B.C. From a Colorado collection. Mounted in a shadow box display.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1222952
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$285.00
Unusual faience amulet depicting the head of Hathor. With bulging eyes, characteristic bovine ears and wearing a thick wig. 26th/30th Dynasty, 600-300 B.C. 1 inch high. Mounted. From an old New Jersey private collection, acquired in the 1960s. Hathor was a goddess of music, dance, foreign lands and fertility who helped women in childbirth.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1222051
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$680.00
A tall faience amulet of Mut. Depicted striding, wearing the double crown, wearing a striated tripartite wig, arms alongside body, openwork between arms, and with a vertical line of hieroglyphic text. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 3 1/4 inches high. Losses as shown, otherwise intact. From an old New Jersey private collection, acquired in the 1960s. Her name means "mother" and in many ways she was regarded by the Egyptians as the great "world mother," and mother of the pharaohs.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1221860
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$295.00
Red glazed composition depiction of a foreleg of an ox. New Kingdom, 1300-1000 B.C. 1 1/2 inches high. Repaired. Mounted. From an old New Jersey private collection, acquired in the 1960s. The Khepesh was the most important meat offering that the ancient Egyptians presented to the gods and the deceased. The hieroglyphic for a bull's foreleg denoted strength, and perhaps it was considered that the foreleg transferred the life-force of the bull to the recipient...