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Hand-moulded near eastern terracotta seated feminine statuette from the Halaf culture (7th-5th millenium B.C.). Complete even if the arms are lost and the bust has been reglued. Polychromy remains.
This Near Easter Terracotta Miniature Feminine Statuette is considered as a Tell Halaf Statuette, as she features their style, typology and technique.
Byzantine Terracotta Horse-Shaped Ryhton from the 5th-6th century B.C.
Modeled from a small terracotta plaque, this figurine belongs to a large group of statuettes known as “pappadès”, because of their polos (a high cylindrical hat) that makes them look like Orthodox priests.
This rectangular plaque is perfectly regular and smooth; at its center, it is decorated with a bird carved out in relief
Despite a slight formal asymmetry, this vessel is remarkable for its artistic and technical qualities. The profile is rounded, the disk-shaped base is flat, the upturned lip is in relief.
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