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Egyptian Antiquities
Roman Egypt, Silenus Head Terracotta Lamp, c. 2nd Century A.D.

|Oil| |Lamps|, |Roman| |Egypt,| |Silenus| |Head| |Terracotta| |Lamp,| |c.| |2nd| |Century| |A.D.|
The Getty Museum lamp is slightly larger and a little finer style, but this lamp is very very similar and certainly worthy of any collection. See it here.
AL23908. Silenus Head Terracotta Lamp; cf. Getty Museum p. 440, 600; Kestner Lamps p. 417, 405, Fantastic type in nice collectible condition, handle and tip of nozzle missing, a few small bumps and chips, soot marks, length 8.5 cm (3 1/8") long, c. 2nd Century A.D.; mold made, red clay, in the shape of the head of Silenus, with mustache, knit eyebrows, smiling, crown of leaves and fruit alluding to Bacchus, large filling whole at top of head, nozzle at chin, ribbon handle (missing), raised oval ring base; ex Griffin Gallery of Ancient Art (Boca Raton FL); $1000.00 (1010.00)

Egyptian, Tel-el-Armarna Period, Broad Necklace Petal Bead, 1379 - 1362 B.C.

|Egyptian| |Antiquities|, |Egyptian,| |Tel-el-Armarna| |Period,| |Broad| |Necklace| |Petal| |Bead,| |1379| |-| |1362| |B.C.|
Broad_collar_necklaceThis is a very well made and most unusual bead with extremely rare faience colors produced in the Tel-el-Armarna period. It was originally part of a grand necklace of faience beads. Called a broad collar necklace, it was a more durable version of elaborate perishable floral collars that were worn by banquet guests. This bead represents a single date flower petal. Click here to see a magnificent broad collar necklace in the The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 121.
AS96345. Egyptian, Tel-el-Armarna, bright yellow and bright glossy red faience fig flower petal bead, grey faience loops at each end, 19.4mm long, Superb, 1353 - 1336 B.C.; from Alex G. Malloy with his certificate of authenticity; of great rarity; $500.00 (505.00)

Egyptian, Late Period, Steatite Scarab, 664 - 332 B.C.

|Scarabs|, |Egyptian,| |Late| |Period,| |Steatite| |Scarab,| |664| |-| |332| |B.C.|
AS96352. Egyptian scarab, buff carved steatite, lion running right with tail up, 8.7mm long, Collectible, attractive, from Alex G. Malloy with his certificate of authenticity; $300.00 (303.00)

Egyptian, Saite Period, Carved Hard Stone Scarab, XXVI dynasty, 664 - 525 B.C.

|Scarabs|, |Egyptian,| |Saite| |Period,| |Carved| |Hard| |Stone| |Scarab,| |XXVI| |dynasty,| |664| |-| |525| |B.C.|
When the Assyrians withdrew after their final invasion in 664 B.C., Egypt was left in the hands of the Saite kings (XXVI Dynasty), named for the city of Sais where its pharaohs had their capital. It wasn't until 656 B.C. that the Saite ruler Psamtik I was able to reassert control over the southern area of the country, dominated by Thebes. The Saite Period begins the Late Period of ancient Egypt.
AS96344. Egyptian black and grey modeled carved hard stone scarab, symbol (jar?), pierced, 17.8mm long, Choice, crude style, 664 - 525 B.C.; from Alex G. Malloy with his certificate of authenticity; $220.00 (222.20)

Egyptian, Late Period - Ptolemaic Period, Faience Scarab, 664 - 30 B.C.

|Scarabs|, |Egyptian,| |Late| |Period| |-| |Ptolemaic| |Period,| |Faience| |Scarab,| |664| |-| |30| |B.C.|
AS96367. Egyptian scarab, bright light green faience, flail on base, pierced for suspension, 8.1mm long, near Choice, 664 - 30 B.C.; from Alex G. Malloy with his certificate of authenticity; $200.00 (202.00)

Egyptian, Ptolemaic Period, Uzat, Eye of Horus Amulet, 332 - 30 B.C.

|Amulets|, |Egyptian,| |Ptolemaic| |Period,| |Uzat,| |Eye| |of| |Horus| |Amulet,| |332| |-| |30| |B.C.|
This type is in quadruple form which was believed to enable the deceased to see in the four houses of the other world.
AS96343. Egyptian, Uzat, Eye of Horus Amulet; Blanchard p. 22, pl. XLVI fig. 261; light green glaze over brownish steatite, 27.7 X 238 mm, near Choice, chip, from Alex G. Malloy with his certificate of authenticity; $135.00 (136.35)

Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, Small Fusiform Pottery Bottle, c. 332 - 30 B.C.

|Pottery| |Antiquities|, |Egypt,| |Ptolemaic| |Period,| |Small| |Fusiform| |Pottery| |Bottle,| |c.| |332| |-| |30| |B.C.|
From Alex G. Malloy.
AA43833. Egyptian small fusiform bottle, cf. ROM Greek Pottery 242 - 244 (Lower Egypt), Collectible, base missing, stand provided; 8.5 cm (3 3/8") tall, c. 332 - 30 B.C.; pinkish-brown clay with lime particles, wheel made, utilitarian, ovid-piriform body, flaring mouth, rounded rim; $125.00 (126.25)

Egyptian, Late Period to Roman Period, 4 Faience Amulets, 664 B.C. - 364 A.D.

|Amulets|, |Egyptian,| |Late| |Period| |to| |Roman| |Period,| |4| |Faience| |Amulets,| |664| |B.C.| |-| |364| |A.D.|NEW
An amulet is a talisman or charm worn believed to have magical powers. Egyptian amulets were produced for about 4500 years to protect individuals both in this life and in the afterlife. From the Old Kingdom on, a vast array of amulets of gods, goddess, and sacred animals were produced in many media, including faience. Amulets, such as the Uzat eye of Horus were for protection. Amulets would help the wearer assimilate qualities; a hare amulet, for example, would confer swiftness of movement and keenness of senses. Amulets, such as the Crown of Lower Egypt amulet, imbued authority and power. Amulets of offerings, possessions, and property served as the substitutes in the afterlife.
AS96359. 4 faience amulets, 9.1 - 11.8mm, unidentified, as seen in the photo, 664 B.C. - 364 A.D.; from Alex G. Malloy; $120.00 (121.20)

Egyptian, Late Period, Uzat, Eye of Horus Amulet, 712 - 332 B.C.

|Amulets|, |Egyptian,| |Late| |Period,| |Uzat,| |Eye| |of| |Horus| |Amulet,| |712| |-| |332| |B.C.|
The Uzat was the eye of Horus. It warded off evil spirits. In the Osiris myth, Horus offered the healed eye to his dead father; so powerful was the charm that he was restored to life.
AS110918. Egyptian, Uzat amulet; see Petrie Amulets 138; olive-beige glazed carved steatite, pierced, 9.2 x 7.2 mm, Choice, 712 B.C. - 364 A.D.; from Alex G. Malloy; $60.00 (60.60)

Egyptian, Late Period, Faience Ribbed Pendant Bead, 664 - 332 B.C.

|Egyptian| |Antiquities|, |Egyptian,| |Late| |Period,| |Faience| |Ribbed| |Pendant| |Bead,| |664| |-| |332| |B.C.|
AS96377. Egyptian, blue-green faience ribbed pendant bead, Choice, 664 - 332 B.C.; from Alex G. Malloy; $50.00 (50.50)




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The list above includes only references specifically dedicated to Egyptian antiquities. Many other references will be used that are dedicated to specific antiquities types (e.g., lamps, pottery, jewelry) or by antiquities materials (e.g., glass, terracotta, metal). Antiquities not included in this list may be identified by clicking on them in the item descriptions or visiting the shop page for the antiquity type or material.

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