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Levantine terracotta Group of two feminine statuettes from the 7th-6th century B.C. Complete and in good condition. Big chips on the basis. Concretion and few polychromy remains (brown-red).
Phoenician, Levantine, Biblical
6th century B.C., 7th century B.C.
H max : 19.8 cm
Complete and in good condition. Big chips on the basis. Concretion and few polychromy remains (brown-red).
The Seal in the Shape of a Lion’s Head, modeled in the shape of a stylized leonine protome, was carved from a cream-colored limestone veined with red.
This rectangular plaque is perfectly regular and smooth; at its center, it is decorated with a bird carved out in relief
The statuette depicts a standing man, with a mask, which characterizes him as an actor. He is dressed in a large cloak. As it is usually the case at that time for terracotta examples, our figurine was molded in two parts, the front and the back.
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