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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.
Early Imperial Romain Bronze Statuette of a Dwarf Warrior from the 1st-2nd century A.D. In very good condition with an interesting dark brown patina. The dagger is broken and the blade lost.
Mycenaean Terracotta Statuette in T Symbol from the 14th-13th century B.C.
Greek Mask-Applique from the 5th century B.C. representing a male head.
This solid bronze ring is composed of an almost circular loop and an elliptical cabochon. It is decorated with an incised figure that can be easily identified by his attributes as the god Hermes, associated with Mercury (Mercurius) by the Romans.
Like almost all Syrian terracotta statuettes dated to this period, this figurine was hand-modeled in a very stylized, almost instinctive manner; it is seated on a simplified stool.
This turned bowl is made of beige ceramic covered with a red slip; decorated patterns are painted on the inner wall of the vessel only, with thick lines and in blackish brown color.
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