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Ancient Vessels and Tableware

See Toiletries and Grooming for smaller bottles used for perfumes and oils.

Northern Syria, Terracotta Flask with Fertility Goddess, Late 3rd - Early 2nd Millennium B.C.

|Terracotta| |Antiquities|, |Northern| |Syria,| |Terracotta| |Flask| |with| |Fertility| |Goddess,| |Late| |3rd| |-| |Early| |2nd| |Millennium| |B.C.|
In Excavations at Tell Qasile, Mazar reports finds of two anthropomorphic vessels depicting a fertility goddess. He discusses other fertility goddess vessels found from Egypt to Greece. Some are pierced through the breasts. He suggest they were filled through the top and an offering was made by pouring through the side holes, perhaps milk. The fertility goddess on this vessel does not resemble those on the vessels discussed and referenced and is not pierced through the breasts. It is pierced through a hole that might represent the naval or vagina.

This fertility goddess form with a "bird's beak" nose and annulet eyes and breasts is a type found in considerable numbers in many Northern Syria sites, dated from the 3rd to the Early 2nd millennium B.C. We do not know of another similar vessel.
AT23896. See Tell Qasile pp. 78 - 82 for discussion of "anthropomorphic" vessels, cf. Ladders to Heaven pp. 224 - 225, 184 - 195 for similar goddess figures, Choice, complete and intact but for small chips to base, tiny chips to rim; 3.9 cm tall, 3.5 cm to rim of vessel, early 2nd millennium B.C.; pink-beige terracotta, globular flask, flat bottomed trumpet base, short neck, everted mouth, rounded rim, goddess figure attached at side and shoulder with her head extending above the rim, she has a "bird's beak" nose, annulet eyes and breasts, collar or necklace, and arms at sides, goddess and vessel pierced through at her naval or groin; ex Griffin Gallery of Ancient Art (Boca Raton FL); $850.00 SALE PRICE $765.00


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 SALE PRICE $113.00


Canaanite, Pottery Juglet, Iron Age, c. 1100 - 900 B.C.

|Holy| |Land| |Antiquities|, |Canaanite,| |Pottery| |Juglet,| |Iron| |Age,| |c.| |1100| |-| |900| |B.C.|
This simple utilitarian dipper type was locally made in Israel for many centuries. This specimen is very similar to the referenced 11th century B.C. juglet from Tel Mevorakh. Similar juglets were also found at Tel Mevorakh, in stratum VII, 1000 - 900 B.C., and Stern notes many parallels in the Iron Age I (1200 - 1000 B.C.) strata in northern Israel. Similar Ustinov specimens date as late as 700 - 586 B.C.
AH21610. cf. Qedem 9, fig. 20:11-12, pl. 38:1-2 (Tel Mevorakh, stratum VIII, local, late 11th century B.C.), Ustinov pl. VII, UP50 (Iron II C), body and neck reconstructed from fragments, handle and most of rim restored with modern clay (clearly visible in photo), stand provided, c. 1100 - 600 B.C.; wheel made, pink-orange clay, 15.5 cm tall, ovoid body, trefoil mouth, slightly pointed base (will not stand on its own), handle from rim to shoulder, from Alex G. Malloy; $110.00 SALE PRICE $99.00


Roman, Bronze Vessel Lid, c. 1st Century B.C. - 3rd Century A.D.

|Metal| |Antiquities|, |Roman,| |Bronze| |Vessel| || |Lid,| |c.| |1st| |Century| |B.C.| |-| |3rd| |Century| |A.D.|
This lid would have been attached to the vessel with a chain, as seen on Ceci's Piccoli bronzi del Museo Nazionale di Napoli (New York, 1858)., tav. 1, 13.
AM20847. Roman bronze vessel lid, 13.5 cm diameter, green patina, earthen deposits, parts of edge ragged, c. 1st Century B.C. - 3rd Century A.D.; $80.00 SALE PRICE $72.00


Egyptian Blue Faience Votive Cup with Cartouche of Amenhotep III, c. 1391 - 1350 B.C.

|Egyptian| |Antiquities|, |Egyptian| |Blue| |Faience| |Votive| |Cup| |with| |Cartouche| |of| |Amenhotep| |III,| |c.| |1391| |-| |1350| |B.C.|
Amenhotep III, meaning Amun is Satisfied, was the ninth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty. According to different authors, he ruled Egypt from June 1391 B.C. to December 1353 B.C., or June 1388 BC to December 1351 or 1350 B.C.
AB30968. height 5.7 cm (2 1/8"), turquoise-glazed faience cylindrical votive cup inscribed with the Cartouche of Amenhotep III, Choice, SOLD


Kingdom of Israel, Pottery Bowl, Iron Age I, 1200 - 800 B.C.

|Holy| |Land| |Antiquities|, |Kingdom| |of| |Israel,| |Pottery| |Bowl,| |Iron| |Age| |I,| |1200| |-| |800| |B.C.|
Time of Samuel and Judges.

From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.

Found in Israel.
AH48135. Pottery bowl; cf. Amiran pl. 60, 1; buff, wheel-made, ovoid body, vertical side rim, pedestal ring base, 2 inches high x 6 inches diameter, Superb, intact, SOLD







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REFERENCES

Amiran, R. Ancient Pottery of the Holy Land From its Beginning in the Neolithic Period to the End of the Iron Age. (New Brunswick, NJ, 1970).
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum - CVA Online - https://www.cvaonline.org/cva/
Dothan, T. Excavations at the Cemetery of Deir El-Balah. Qedem 10. (Jerusalem, 1979).
Ephraim S. Excavations at Tel Mevorakh (19731976). Part One: From the Iron Age to the Roman Period, Qedem 9. (Jerusalem, 1978).
Flinders, P. & J. Quibell. Naqada and Ballas. (London, 1896).
Gitin, S. (ed.). The Ancient Pottery of Israel and Its Neighbors, Volumes 1 and 2: from the Iron age through the Hellenistic Period. (Jerusalem, 2015).
Gitin, S. (ed.). The Ancient Pottery of Israel and Its Neighbors, Volume 3: from the Middle Bronze Age through the Late Bronze Age. (Jerusalem, 2019).
Hayes, J. Greek and Greek-Style Painted and Plain Pottery in the Royal Ontario Museum. (Toronto, 1992).
Hayes, J. Greek, Roman, and Related Metalware in the Royal Ontario Museum. (Toronto, 1984).
Hayes, J. Roman Pottery in the Royal Ontario Museum. (Toronto, 1976).
Hendrix, R., P. Drey, J. Storfjel. Ancient Pottery of Transjordan - An Introduction Utilizing Published Whole Forms Late Neolithic through Late Islamic. (Berrien Springs, MI, 2015).
Johnson, F. The Farwell Collection: Monographs on Archaeology and Fine Arts. (Cambridge, MA, 1953).
Kelley, A. The Pottery of Ancient Egypt Dynasty I to Roman Times. (Toronto, 1976).
Kenyon, K. Archaeology in the Holy Land. 5th ed. (1985).
Marquent-Krause, J. Les fouilles de 'Ay (et-Tell): La Resurrection d'une Grande Cite Biblique (Entreprises par le Baron Edmond de Rothschild, Bibliotheque Archeologique et Historique). (Paris, 1949).
Mogensen, M. La Glyptotheque NY Carlsberg : La Collection Egyptienne. (Copenhagen, 1930).
Nicholson, F. Greek, Etruscan and Roman Pottery. (1965).
Pande, B. "Harappan Ring-Kernoi: A Study" in East and West, Vol. 21, No. 3/4 (September-December 1971), pp. 311-323.
Rotroff, S. Hellenistic Pottery: The Plain Wares. The Athenian Agora Vol. 33. (Athens, 2006).
Sala, M. "Early Bronze II pottery productions at Tell es-Sultan" in Tell Es-Sultan (Rome, 2010), pp. 253 - 323.
Skupinska-Lovset, I. The Ustinov collection: The Palestinian pottery. (Oslo, 1976).

The list above excludes references for glass vessels and tableware. References for glass are listed on the shop's ancient glass page.

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