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Egyptian terracotta statuettes

Egyptian terracotta statuette - Egyptian terracotta Bes - Roman terracotta Priapus - Harpocrates
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Roman Egyptian terracotta hedgehog with three young, 1st-2nd century A.D. Of Nile clay, the hedgehog facing three young, feeding with their noses together, on integral base, 10.8 cm long. Private collection

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Egyptian pottery Isis, Roman period, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Mold made, the goddess depicted nude, her arms raised, arranging her long black tresses, the surface white slipped, arching brows and sandals in black, the Venus lines and outlines of her fingers, pubic triangle and legs in pink, surmounted by an elaborate double crown of flowers and foliage, topped with a miniature Isis crown, composed of a plumed solar disk framed by cow horns, 38.9 cm high. Private collection

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Roman Egyptian terracotta figure of Harpokrates on horseback, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Wearing long tunic and double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, forefinger to his mouth, 16.4 cm high. Private collection

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Egyptian terracotta head of Papposilenos, 3rd-1st century B.C. Ptolemaic Period, Greek terracotta pot support with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, within a rectangular panel, at some point during the end of the 3rd Century B.C. self contained braziers of terracotta became quite popular and were produced at centers in the eastern Mediterranean countries, continuing in this form until the middle of the 1st century B.C. 12.2 cm high. Private collection

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Roman Egyptian terracotta head of Zeus Serapis, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Hollow moulded, the bearded god wearing a modius on his head, 22.8 cm high. Private collection

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Roman Egyptian terracotta warrior figure, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Thick curly hair and prominent facial details, holding a shield is his left hand, appears to be holding a sword in his right hand, pointed above his head, wearing a kilt and long flowing robe, possibly a toga, around his neck and down alongside his back, 13.4 cm high. Private collection

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Roman Egyptian ceramic fecundity figure, Baubo, 1st-2nd century A.D. In form of dressed female, pierced ears, 13 cm high. Private collection

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Greek grotesque head, 1st century B.C. Alexandria, 6 cm high. Private collection

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Greek grotesque head, 1st century B.C. Alexandria, 5 cm high. Private collection

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Greek grotesque head, 1st century B.C. Alexandria, 6 cm high. Private collection

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