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Lot 0069
Egypt; Late period, 716-30BC
The plaque is a larger example of Isis in mourning. Deep turquoise color. The amulet is double sided: the head of Bes on front, glyphs on reverse. Pierced three times for suspension.

Dimensions

larger: 1 11/16" (4.3cm)


Provenance:
Provenance: The John J. Slocum Collection
Mr. Slocum (1914-1997) collected most of his antiquities while serving as US cultural attache to Egypt in the 1960s. Later, he served as Assistant to the Director of The Smithsonian, was appointed by President Reagan to the Presidential Cultural Property Advisory Committee, and was a Trustee Emeritus of the Archaeological Institute of America. He was a well-respected scholar/collector, whose medieval crusader coins were sold in a single-owner sale at Sotheby's, London in 1997.

Condition

Good.

Starting Bid

$70.00

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  • 25%

An Egyptian Faience Plaque and An Amulet

Auction ended on Sun, Oct 15, 2017
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