Fine wooden cup for drinking. Flat bottomed with slightly flared walls, intricately carved and incised with alternating vertical bands of chevrons and plain on the lower portion, and eight repeating, stylized human faces and hands on the upper register.
1400 – 1500 AD
Pre-Columbian antiquities are gauranteed to be authentic and from the period stated. All of our artifacts come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Ptolemy XII Auteles died in 51 BC leaving the kingdom to his son, Ptolemy XIII and his daughter Cleopatra VII who, by ancient Egyptian traditions, had to marry her younger 12 year old brother. Cleopatra, later known as a wild, strong, brilliant and powerful woman, ignored her younger brother, rejected his name from any official documents and placed her portrait and name on the ancient Egyptian coins. Four years later, Antony and Cleopatra were reunited and he gave her back some of the Egyptian land he had taken. By her death, the age of Egyptian Monarchs vanished and gave way to the age of the Roman Emperors.
22 karat gold ring with a pearl, turquoise, and amethyst stones. Ptolemaic.
Bottle shaped terracotta vessel with warrior head profiles in elaborate headdresses and make-up to either side and a spotted leopard like pattern on the neck of the bottle. Traces of brown, red, and orange.
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