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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1374631
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€1,500.00
A blue green turquoise faience Ushabti of Ipethemetes, holding agricultural implements (pick and hoe ), wearing plain tripartite wig and plaited beard. A single frontal panel with hieroglyph inscribed: ''Illumination of Osiris, Ipethemes, born of HathoreMachet, justified. The name Ipethemes ''(The Goddess) Ipet is her majesty'' Hathoremachet ''Hathor is on the horizon''. A few minor scattered chips but excellent state of preservation.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Pre AD 1000 item #1374630
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€18,000.00
Egypt. Late Period. 664-332 B.C. Beautiful limestone jackal-headed canopic jar representing Duamutef, son of Horus, whose function was to contain the stomach of the deceased.The jar has wide, flat base and ovoid body with wide shoulder. One ear missing and half of the other one too. Some loses and erosions in left part of its face. Body of the vase professionally restored in one single fracture line. Otherwise Excellent state of preservation.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Greek : Prehistorical item #1361015 (stock #05)
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€1,500.00
A superb Tanagra woman figure whose body is shown naked standing in a senseous pose with the left leg forward. The piece is resented with wooden base. The purpose of Tanagra figurines was the funerary use, especially after incineration will give way to the custom of burial from 5th Century BC. In the tombs of Boeotia, two or three meters deep, draped and naked women figures of terracotta like this one were found. Material: Terracotta...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Sculpture : Prehistorical item #1360934 (stock #03)
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€9,000.00
A small roman marble torso of a young man wearing a cloak. The head, the forearms and the lower section of the legs are missing. The figure appears nude, showing his sex with a “contrapposto” pose with the weight of the body falling over the right, leaving the left slightly bent and giving the piece a sense of movement. The only covering he is wearing is a cloak tied over his neck covering his back and partially covering his chest...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Near Eastern : Prehistorical item #1360933 (stock #02)
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€2,200.00
A outstanding syrian basalt altar with rectangular form and 4 legs. The top recessed to form a shallow basin, one side with two zoomorphic heads ( probably bulls ). Piece with earthy adhessions but intact. Perfect state of preservation. Material : Basalt Dating: ca. 4th Millennium B.C. Origin: Syria Size: 6,80 cm x 16,00 cm x 10,00 cm Provenance: Ex V.S Collection. Madrid ( since 1970´s )