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Ancient Stone Art and Artifacts
Egyptian, New Kingdom, Carved Aqua Blue Stone Frog Amulet, 1567 - 1085 B.C.

|Amulets|, |Egyptian,| |New| |Kingdom,| |Carved| |Aqua| |Blue| |Stone| |Frog| |Amulet,| |1567| |-| |1085| |B.C.|
The frog was a symbol of the Egyptian goddess of birth, Heget. Her priestesses were midwives and women often wore frog amulets during childbirth. Heget was said to have breathed life in to the new body of Horus and some of her amulets include the phrase, "I am the resurrection." Curiously, early Christians adopted the frog as a symbol of Christ's resurrection.
AS34523. Egyptian, frog amulet; see Petrie Amulets 18; semi-clear aqua blue stone, seated, holed for suspension, 1.6 cm (5/8") long, Superb, 1567 - 1085 B.C.; very rare; SOLD


Homo Erectus, Rift Valley, Ethiopia, Stone Hand Axe, 1 Million - 400,000 B.C.

|Early| |Man|, |Homo| |Erectus,| |Rift| |Valley,| |Ethiopia,| |Stone| |Hand| |Axe,| |1| |Million| |-| |400,000| |B.C.|
Found in the Rift Valley, Ethiopia in the 1970's. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
AA35450. Homo Erectus, stone hand axe; cf. Johnson & Shreve pp. 148-150, cf. Malloy Weapons 2; 5" x 3", Choice conditon, beige-grey rough lava, finely worked to biface shape; heavy gray patina; SOLD


Homo Erectus, Rift Valley, Ethiopia, Stone Hand Axe, 1 Million - 400,000 B.C.

|Stone| |Weapons| |&| |Tools|, |Homo| |Erectus,| |Rift| |Valley,| |Ethiopia,| |Stone| |Hand| |Axe,| |1| |Million| |-| |400,000| |B.C.|
Found in the Rift Valley, Ethiopia in the 1970's. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
AA35452. Homo Erectus, stone hand axe; cf. Johnson & Shreve pp. 148-150, cf. Malloy Weapons 2; 4 1/2" x 2 3/4", Choice, beige-grey rough lava, finely worked to biface shape; heavy gray patina; SOLD


Homo Erectus, Rift Valley, Ethiopia, Stone Hand Axe, 1 Million - 400,000 B.C.

|Stone| |Weapons| |&| |Tools|, |Homo| |Erectus,| |Rift| |Valley,| |Ethiopia,| |Stone| |Hand| |Axe,| |1| |Million| |-| |400,000| |B.C.|
Found in the Rift Valley, Ethiopia in the 1970's. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
AA35454. Homo Erectus, stone hand axe; cf. Johnson & Shreve pp. 148-150, cf. Malloy, Weapons nr. 2; 2 1/2" x 1 3/4", Choice, beige-grey rough lava, finely worked to biface shape; heavy gray patina; SOLD


North Western Morocco, Chalcedony Scraper, Late Paleolithic, c. 27,000 B.C.

|Early| |Man|, |North| |Western| |Morocco,| |Chalcedony| || |Scraper,| |Late| |Paleolithic,| |c.| |27,000| |B.C.|
From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
AG35459. Paleolithic Morocco, black grey chalcedony scraper, 2 3/4" long, Choice, SOLD


North Western Morocco, Chalcedony Knife Point, Late Paleolithic, c. 27,000 B.C.

|Early| |Man|, |North| |Western| |Morocco,| |Chalcedony| |Knife| |Point,| |Late| |Paleolithic,| |c.| |27,000| |B.C.|
From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.
AA35458. Late Paleolithic Morocco, brown and cream chalcedony knife point, 2 1/2" long; fits nicely into the fingers, Choice, SOLD







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