Category: Ancient Egyptian Statue of goddess Bast 50% Off
Carved green soapstone Goddess Bast, a woman with the head of a domesticated cat, standing on a base. Late Kingdom
715 - 332 BC
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Ancient Egyptian Fragments
Carved marble seated Isis and baby Horus statue fragment showing the lower part. Isis, one of the earliest and most important Goddesses in ancient Egypt, was regarded as the feminine counterpart to Osiris. Her cult was not extinguished with the other Egyptian Gods, but was embraced by the Greeks and Romans. She was revered by the Egyptians as the great Mother-Goddess and represents the maternal spirit in its most intimate form. She is often seen nursing a young Horus. Ptolemaic.
Greek pottery, King Figures
Hydria shaped terracotta vessel with two handles, black and red figures on an orange background: horseman with horse and shield on one side, two Kings holding staffs on the other. Covered in a light earthen patina.
Holy Land Oil Lamp
Round terracotta oil lamp with a garland of flowers. Traces of carbon residue around wick hole.
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