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TWO ROMAN MARBLE HEADS: Elagabalus & Wife
ANTIQUE CARVED MARBLE STATUE: HephaestusATTIC BLACK-FIGURE SIANA CUP
Beverly Hills, CA, United States
DoneMar 1, 2016 7:00 PM UTC

ANTIQUITIES & GLOBAL WORKS OF ART

Several examples of Egyptian glazed faience ushabtis from the 12th Dynasty, Third Intermediate, Late and Ptolemaic Period, mainly turquoise in color; Attic black-figure Siana cup with hoplites to exterior; together with an Apulian red-figure bell krater depicting a maiden chasing a man; Pair of 3rd Century Roman carved marble portrait heads of Emperor Elagabalus (reigned 218-222 AD)and his first wife Julia Paula, each with grim expressions on their youthful faces; Rare Pre-Columbian Colima pottery 'spiny' dog; together with several Mexican and Peruvian figures and vessels from the Escolar Estate; Numerous African carved wood tribal masks and figures from Southern California Collections