An Egyptian faience plaque and Near Eastern bronze stamp seal. The Egyptian plaque, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC, featuring a pair of seated deities on one side and an owl and signs on the others, 19 x 11 mm, holed lengthwise for suspension. The stamp seal, Near Eastern, 1st Millennium BC, fashioned of bronze, the body tall with drilled hole side to side, on base a quadruped, perhaps an antelope. 17 x 9 mm, light deposits. Ex Flowers collection, NJ.
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