Greek, Hellenistic Alexandrian , Marble of Zeus, 2nd - 1st Century B.C.
From the collection of , former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. Ex Jerome Eisenberg, 1970.AM35512. Marble of Zeus; 4 ¼ x 4 inches; elegantly proportioned, Very attractive, large slightly almond shaped eyes looking ahead, straight nose ( is worn off), beard above and below the mouth; ears not present, some yellowing and brown, on black mount; of great rarity; $3000.00 (€2670.00)
Egyptian, Beaded Horus Falcon and Kebhsenuf Funerary Ornaments, Ptolemaic Period, 304 - 30 B.C.
From the collection of , former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
These beaded Horus Falcon and Kebhsenuf funerary ornaments were likely placed on the chest of a mummy sheathed in strands of blue beads.AZ33396. Colorful beaded funerary ornament; , Ancient Art and Antiquities, Summer 1977, 17, with original strings, , 7 ¼" Horus Falcon with crowned and spread wings, with pairs of 3 ½" Kebhsenuf, brightly colored turquoise blue, maroon, white yellow, and black beads beads; $1800.00 (€1602.00)
Egyptian, Limestone Ushabti, , XIX Dynasty, 1320 - 1200 B.C.
From the collection of , former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AB33403. limestone ushabti; cf. Saleh, Les antiquites egyptiennes de , 612; cf. , Egyptian Art and Antiquities, Summer 1980, 45, , 6 ½", wears bag wig, arms crossed, holding hoe and flail; $1400.00 (€1246.00)
Roman, Syro-Palestinian (?), , Late 2nd - Early 4th Century A.D.
originated in the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire in the second half of the second century and its popularity peaked in the first half of the third century. decoration was revived in the second half of the fourth century in the east and in the near in modern Germany. Serpentine form trails may vary in thickness, may be the same color as the vessel (usually ) or brightly colored (common in the ). 309, with similar subtle , is attributed to , 3rd to early 4th century A.D.AG63814. Snake , cf. 309 (for similar ), 12.4 mm (4 7/8"), and , funnel mouth with rolled rim, cylindrical neck, bulbous body, on the body, flat bottom; from a Florida dealer; $1200.00 (€1068.00)
Greek, Bronze (?) , Ornamented With of Dionysos, c. 400 - 200 B.C.
This was probably once attached to a , a punch-bowl vessel used for diluting and serving wine. The earliest kraters were bronze and almost exclusively the volute-type. Very few bronze kraters have survived. Most often only the handles remain.AG40492. Greek bronze (?) , height 12.7 cm (4 5/8"), ornamented with facing of Dionysos, $850.00 (€756.50)
Hellenistic Greek, Bronze Relief Ring Fragment, Anatolia, 3rd - 2nd Century B.C.
AS72537. 90 (nearly identical fragment!, bezel 21.1 x 17.3 x 4.5 mm), fragment, entire bezel present, only traces of the hoop remain, rough green , some corrosion, bezel 22.5 x 18.3 x 4.7 mm, high relief portrait of a woman facing left (perhaps a Ptolemaic queen), draped and wearing her hair in melon coiffure; $850.00 (€756.50)
4" Egyptian Bronze Figure of , 26th - 30th Dynasty, 664 - 342 B.C.
AB30992. Egyptian bronze figure of the god in mummified form wearing Atef-crown with , height 10.6 cm (4 1/8"), , braided beard curved at the tip, holding the royal regalia crock and flail; one-sided (flat ); nice detail, original ; $800.00 (€712.00)
Roman, Bronze Repousse Plaque with Holding a Bow, Sqaumata Armor Plate(?), c. 1st - 3rd Century B.C.
Likely used in some legionary application; perhaps as a legionary armor plate segment. AA59779. Roman, bronze repousse, 1.75 x 1.75 inches, c. 1st - 3rd century A.D.; sheet bronze hammered from behind in repousse technique to raise the figure of a holding a bow, remains of two rivet holes where it was attached, tear on body, and interesting; from a New Jersey collection; $650.00 (€578.50)
Roman, Syro-Palestinian, Jug, c. 3rd A.D.
This form is missing from the major references but we know of other examples from the market.AG63811. jug, 10.5 mm (4 1/8"), , tiny chip in (visible in photo), possibly a small rim repair or just flaked , thick yellowish brown enamel-like , free-blow, yellow-green , body, tubular neck, slight funnel mouth, washer-like constriction at the base of neck, attached below rim and below neck, with ; from a Florida dealer; $580.00 (€516.20)
Roman, Bronze , c. 1st - 3rd Century A.D.
A was a plate used by Roman priests to make sacrificial offerings to the Gods. Paterae were thin and most often have been lost to corrosion leaving only the remaining.AL59776. Roman, bronze , c. 1st - 3rd century A.D., 5.6", heavy fluted terminating in a collar from which a ram's with curled horns emerges; from a New Jersey collection; ; $560.00 (€498.40)
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