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500 AD - 900 AD. This carved vessel excavated from the verdant jungles of Honduras depicts two snarling Jaguar masks with defined fangs and tongues.
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$63,000.00
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C. Late 18th / early 19th century. Recalling Venusian figures in white marble, this modest object perfectly encapsulates the spirit of Neoclassicism.
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$6,500.00
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2200 to 1800 BC. This vessel is carved from prized alabaster that was quarried from a known site by the Valley of the Kings in ancient Thebes.
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$3,000.00
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1900 BC to 1700 BC. With its graceful, unadorned design, this footed vessel excavated from Jericho is a fine example of Biblical-era pottery.
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$1,800.00
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400 BC to 300 BC. This terracotta funerary vessel comes from the region of Canosa, named after the ancient city in northern Apulia.
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$150,000.00
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600 BC to 400 BC. Etruscan Terracotta Bust of a female with watchful eyes is framed with waves of hair and a crown of petals.
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600 BC to 400 BC. Etruscan Terracotta Bust of a female with watchful eyes is framed with waves of hair and a crown of petals.
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1600 BC to 1100 BC. Wadjet eye amulets were worn from the beginning of the Old Kingdom to the end of the pharaonic era to protect against the evil eye.
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$12,000.00
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900 BC to 700 BC. Though popularly associated with Greco-Roman cultures, libation bowls - or phialae - originated in the Near East.
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