David Aaron Ancient Art


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Fragment of a Floor Mosaic with Repeating Geometric Design. A beautiful example of a Roman floor mosaic. Double Faced Roman Marble Capital, an exceptionally rare example of a Roman capital herm. A Roman Statue of a Draped Muse, dressed in an ionic style chiton. Roman Goddess Pomona (Goddess of Orchards), the goddess Pomona was the goddess of orchards. Roman Limestone Female Funerary Bust, c. 2nd century A.D. Eastern Roman Empire. Hellenistic Standing female, Greece, Hellenistic period, 2nd – 1st century B.C.
An Egyptian Granodiorite Head, 18th Dynasty. This is possibly the head of a royal official. Egyptian Limestone Lintel with Hieroglyphics, early Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 11-12, Reign of Mentuhotep II - Amenemhat I. Ca. 2061 - 1971 B.C. Egyptian Limestone Relief. Late 18th – Early 19th Dynasty, c. 1320-1380 B.C. A very beautiful and extremely meaningful slab , which came from a tomb of an Egyptian official. Gesso-Painted Wooden Coffin Fragment. An Egyptian gesso-painted wooden coffin fragments belonging to Hedj-Shemsu. Middle Kingdom, circa 1991-1782 B.C Polychrome Limestone Relief Fragment, 26th Dynasty, Period of Psamtik I. 664 – 610 B.C. This fragment is an exceptionally rare and extremely important piece from the east Step of a Pyramid tomb of Bakenrenef at Saqqara. Coptic Comb, 5th century A.D. Coptic art is the unique ancient Christian art of Egypt.
Two Ottoman Silk Brocade Panels, late 6th Century, Turkey, In Ottoman society, silk fabrics. A Timurid Turquoise Pottery Tile, Central Asia, Circa 1380, an element from a muqarnas vault, the main arched panel deeply carved with scrolling tendrils. Stucco Panel, Iran/Afghanistan. 14th century, Islam had transformed geometry into a useful and major art form.
A South Arabian Alabaster Male Head, Circa 3rd - 2nd Century B.C. Female Clay Idol with Hands Extended, from Tureng Tepe. End of 3rd millennium B.C. University Museum, Philadelphia. This figure of a woman is a very important piece. Anthropomorphic Stone Idol, 5th-4th Millennium B.C. Anatolia was the Asiatic portion of contemporary Turkey.

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