All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455769 (stock #0005)
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664 - 525 BC The scarab was also a common motif on mummy masks and coffins, representing rebirth. Along with the 4 sons of Horus, it too would have been playced on the beaded netting , usually placed over the heart.

Provenance: Old German collection befor 1983.

Condition: look at pictures.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455752 (stock #261121)
Unlike the typical amulet form, this small statuette was presented as a votive offering.

The light blue faience figure depicts the goddess Isis nursing her son, Horus.

She is seated on her throne resting her feet on an integral plinth, wearing a tripartite wig fronted by a uraeus, crowned by the throne hieroglyph.

Her son Horus is depicted nude while seated on her lap.

Provenance: Old German collection befor 1983...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455714 (stock #0010)
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$220.00
664 - 525 BC

A scarab beetle amulet made of brilliant blue lapis lazuli, complete with stylized legs, face, and winged shell. A small drilled hole runs through the length of the beetle in order to display it on a necklace or other string...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1455706
JFF Ancient Art
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Ancient Egyptian Open-Worked Scarab for Amenemhat III

This is a really fantastic open-worked ancient Egyptian steatite scarab for Amenemhat III, the sixth king of the Twelfth Dynasty of the Middle Kingdom. The scarab is inscribed with the prenomen of the pharaoh Amenemhat III, Nimaatre.

Comparable one:
- H.R. Hall, Catalogue of Egyptian Scarabs, etc., in the British Museum, Vol. 1; no. 144, 145, 148 and 149
- W. M...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Prehistorical item #1455683 (stock #0004)
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664 - 525 BC

Amethyst was especially popular in the New Kingdom. Two amethyst scarabs were found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. The ancient Egyptians believed the Scarabeus Beetle was able to spontaneously regenerate itself from cow dung, which these beetles can be observed rolling into small balls and burying.

Comparison: Petrie Museum UC61273, UC61411

Provenance: Old German collection befor 1983.

Condition: look at pictures...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455597 (stock #0012)
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664 - 525 BC.

The material used for the creation of this ushabti is faience, composed of fine sand cemented with sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate extracted from natron. Fired at 950 degrees C, the mixture gives an enamel-like finish with the carbonates forming a vitreous surface. It was a simple procedure and therefore not costly. The green and blue tones were achieved by the addition of a few grams of copper oxide extracted from malachite or azurite...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455585 (stock #m241121.2)
The name Pakaru means "the Palestinian" so Pakaru was of foreign origin, he was also called Ahanéferamon, the fighter of Amen see Aubert.

In the spring of 1891 Mohammed Abd el-Rassul discovered what tomb is now known as Cache II...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1455489 (stock #0006)
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Third Intermediate Period, 21th/22th Dynasty.

This ushabti figurine is depicted as a worker holding two hoes for work in the fields of Osiris in the afterlife. He is wearing a tripartite wig which falls down between the shoulders. He has an Osiris-type beard which ends in a tight forward curl. Only the hands, crossed over the chest and holding the already-mentioned agricultural implements, emerge from the mummiform shroud covering the entire body...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1455471
Interesting fragment of a Tunic textile in Early monochrome, Roman Period, ca. 3th.-5th. century AD.

The textile depicts what looks like a walking deity with Rams head and holding a sceptre, perhaps the Egyptian god Khnum?. The floral / ornamental decoration at the top and below the figure and with scrolls as borders.

Size: 20,2 cm. long and 11 cm. tall.

Condition: Very fine for type, intact with some fading.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1455002
JFF Ancient Art
€360.00
This ancient Egyptian steatite lion scaraboid is inscribed with the prenomen of the Pharaoh Thutmosis III: „Men-Kepher-Re".

Date: Egypt, New Kingdom - Third Intermediate Period, ca. 18th - 22nd Dyn., 1450 - 715 B.C.
Material: Steatite
Size: ca. 1,1 cm
Condition: snout slightly chipped, otherwise intact
Provenance: private collection (Berlin), formed before 1980

The authenticity of the item is unconditionally guaranteed...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1454990
JFF Ancient Art
€360.00
This is a nice scarab with an interesting provenance. The scarab is inscribed with the royal epithet „beloved of Amun“ and above a bee, which could be read as „the king is loved by the sun god Amun-Re“.
The scarab is attached to a dated (5/19/73) collector card and comes from the Paul W. Mayhew collection.

For comparable scarabs see:
- Matouk, Corpus du Scarabée Egyptien. Vol...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre 1492 item #1454590
Erotic couple, with the seated male figure holding his erect phallus between his two legs, bent at the knees and hands resting on top. Female figure resting on top of phallus. 3/4 inch wide. Pierced for suspension. Ptolemaic Period, 100-30 B.C. From an old New Jersey private collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Wood : Pre AD 1000 item #1454535
Extremely rare head fragment from a wooden figure of about one meter in height.
The hollow-cheeked face tapers to a narrow jaw with angular chin...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1454534
Egyptian head of a man with the nappy hairdo of Nubian tribespeople.
The man shows beautiful almond-shaped eyes with neatly marked lids. The arched eyebrows span the entire forehead.
The nose is gone, the lips are pressed to a gentle smile.
Elaborate style with much use of the modeling tool. Back side left raw.
Terracotta
Egyptian, Late Period, 664-332 BC
H. 4.6 cm (1.8 in)
Broken at the neck level, nose gone. Weathered surface with lime deposits ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1454533
Egyptian head of a woman wearing a tripartite wig with detailed tresses of the hair.
The rounded face with flattish nose, wide indistinct eyes. The small mouth with thick lips. One ear partially visible.
The tenon base to slot the head into a body.
Terracotta
Egyptian, Late Period, 664-332 BC
H. 6.9 cm (2.7 in)
Detached at the neck level, chip out of the chin. Weathered surface with lime deposits and root marks.
Ex New York collection of Robert Fe...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1454455
A fine blue-green glazed faience example of the feline deity, seated on an openwork throne with depictions of the snake god Nehebkau. Wearing a tripartite wig and holding a sistrum. Well defined facial features. Areas of cream-white surface mottled with blue-green. Intact suspension loop on the back of the head. Late Period, 600-400 B.C. 2-1/2"H. Repaired on waist. Part of sistrum gone. Ex. Lila and Elliott Roberts collection, NYC., acquired in the 1950's
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1453619
Carved bluish-gray lapis stone amulet depicting multiple eyes of Horus having two opposing sets of eyes with a small floral motif in the center. Drilled suspension hole through the center. 1-3/8” x 1-3/16” Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, 26th to 31st Dynasty, ca. 664 to 332 BCE. Lapis was not found in Egypt. But was thought to be imported from the ancient near eastern trade routes. New Jersey private collection, originally, ex. Moghrabi Family collection, NJ., by inheritance.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1453246
Finely modeled shabti for the priest Ankh-Hap, who holds the title of a ‘Great Warrior’.
The inscription in one vertical column on the front begins with the sehedj-formula: The illuminated Osiris, the great warrior and revered master, Ankh-Hap.
The rather round face shows well-drawn eyes and eyebrows, a prominent nose and pursed lips. The mummiform figure wears a tripartite wig and a braided beard.
The hands appear crossed over the chest and hold well delineated agricult...