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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.
Greco-Roman molded glass statuette / amulet of a crouching woman from the 3rd century B.C. – 2nd century A.D. Complete and in good condition despite few chips and cracks.
Levantine terracotta Levantine terracotta Statuette of a women breast-feeding a child from the 7th-6th century B.C. Almost complete and in good condition. The left arm of the woman, as well as the head of the baby are lost.
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).
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.
Imperial Romain Bronze Statuette of a Dwarf Silene from the 1st-2nd century A.D. In very good condition with superb patina even if the right hand is lost.
This Statuette of a Wild Sheep or a Ram was carved from a thin stone pebble, which is still partially translucent, despite the current dark and worn appearance of the surface.
This statuette represents a very popular mythological hybrid figure that was largely widespread in Near Eastern iconography from the Sumerian period.
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