Terracotta plate with a head of a warrior to the center in costume and make-up holding up spheres, the rim of the plate decorated in linear designs. Traces of brown, red, beige, and orange.
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Treasures of the World Artifact Spotlight:
Hydria shaped terracotta vessel with a footed base, two handles to each side, black figures on an orange background: a reclined bearded male riding a horse, to the other side a soldier wearing a shield and helmet with a drinking vessel faces an older bearded man holding a vessel. Light earthen patina.
Ancient Egyptian stone wall fragment
Sandstone carving of Osiris, the King of Underworld and originally the God of agriculture and nature, wearing a tall headdress, holding a scepter in his hand. He was the brother to Isis, Hor, Set and Nephthys. He was the chief judge in the court at the threshold to the next life, where all the dead citizens were trying to come through to Paradise. Few hieroglyphic symbols to the right. Light earthen patina. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty