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Greek, Geometric Bronze Bull
Greek : Geometric Period Pre AD 1000: item #1411875
3342


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



$1,800 

Greek, Geometric Bronze Bull, 1st Century BCE. 1 1/2" x 3" x 1". Ex: B. Rhodes collection, FLorida. The roots of Classical Greece lie in the Geometric period of about ca. 900 to 700 B.C., a time of dramatic transformation that led to the establishment of primary Greek institutions. The Greek city-state (polis) was formed, the Greek alphabet was developed, and new opportunities for trade and colonization were realized in cities founded along the coast of Asia Minor, in southern Italy, and in... Click for details

Cypriot Zoomorphic Pottery Head of a Bull
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1394402
3328


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$750 

Cypriot Zoomorphic Pottery Head of a Bull, Late Cypriot II (1450 - 1200 BCE) 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" x 1 1/2", on custom stand 5" high. Fragment of a handle, or attachment. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. The pottery of ancient Cyprus starts during the Neolithic period. Throughout the ages, Cypriot ceramics demonstrate many connections with cultures from around the Mediterranean. During the Early and Middle Bronze Ages, it is especially imaginative in shape and decoration.

Cypriot Pottery Trefoil Oinochoe, Sanskrit Swastika Symbol
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1388110
3237


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Cypriot Pottery Trefoil Oinochoe with geometric shpaes and ancient Sanskrit Swastika symbol meaning "well-being." Additional stylized figure of a bird and a stick figure of a human. ca. 750 - 475 BCE. In excellent condition. 5" x 4" x 4". According to BBC news, In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, swastika means "well-being". The symbol has been used by Hindus, Buddhists and Jains for millennia and is commonly assumed to be an Indian sign. Early Western travellers to Asia were inspired by... Click for details

Hellenistic Terracotta Vessel in form of a Duck
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1367726
3217


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Hellenistic Terracotta Vessel in form of a Duck, ca. 4th - 2nd Century BCE. Spouted mold made vessel with intricate features and feathers. Intact and in excellent condition. 4 1/4" x 6" x 2 1/2". Ex: M. Megiddon collection, Tel Aviv. According to the International Scientific Meetings on Hellenistic Pottery / Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the production of clay vessels and other utensils used in everyday life, not only constitutes a large chapter of the activity of Hellenistic times but... Click for details

Italo Corinthian Terracotta Swan Vase
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1367716
3215


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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From the collection of Teddy Kollek, First Mayor of a Unified Jerusalem, Italo Crointhian Terracotta Swan Vase, ca. 6th Century BCE. Intact and in excellent condition. 3" x 1 3/4 x 3 1/4". Vase in form of swan with plumb body on splayed feet. Opening in lower back with feather incised through the brown glaze with added pigment. Cf: Christie's New York, June 14, 1993 Lot 46. According to the Archaeological Museum of Bologna, From the VIII century BCE, Corinth became one of the most active centers... Click for details

Ancient Greek Bronze Coin! Ca. 300 B.C.
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1261581
MC104


Relics of the Nile
859-948-5864



$60.00 

Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this detailed ancient Greek bronze coin. The coin features the a choice patina with the head of an emperor on the obverse. The reverse of the coin features a standing figure flanked with Greek text on either side. This is a lovely example that measures 3/4" in diameter. Ex-McInnis Collection.

Greek Trilobate Type Arrowhead! Ca. 600 B.C.
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1261580
MC103


Relics of the Nile
859-948-5864



475.00 

Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this interesting example of an ancient Greek bronze arrowhead. This arrowhead was manufactured by one of the Greek states ca. 600 - 200 B.C. This arrowhead is of the trilobite type and remains intact with lovely patina. The blade measures 27mm in length. Ca. 600 - 200 B.C. Ex-McInnis collection.

Hellenistic Pottery Rattle, found in Holy Land
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1223909
3018


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$450 

Pottery Rattle, Hellenistic Period ca. 330 - 63 BCE, found in the Holy Land. Cylindrical shape with flaring ends with pottery ball bearing inside for rattle. 3 1/2" long and in excellent condition. Among the first gifts that a child received were games and small objects that were hung from the neck as amulets. Rattles (shakers), crotala (platages), piggy-banks in the shape of a pig, etc were all included in these first games.

Cypriot Pottery Bichrome Trefoil Oinoche
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1223627
3006


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Cypriot, Cypro-Archaic I Trefoil Zoomorphic Oinochoe, ca. 750 - 600 BCE. Small wine jug with ring around neck and circular eyes painted on either side of trefoil mouth. Intact and in excellent condition. 4 3/4" high. According to the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, a stele found at Kition reports the submission of the Cypriot kings to Assyria in 709 B.C. Under Assyrian domination, the kingdoms of Cyprus flourished and Cypriot kings enjoyed some independence as long as they regularly paid... Click for details

Small Apulian Pottery Kantharos
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1208510
2072


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Small Apulian Pottery Kantharos, circa 4th Century BCE. Wide mouth and high twin stap handles. Decorated with black bands and four foliate motifs on shoulder. Sits on flared black foot. 4 1/2" high. Professional restoration to rim and handles but in excellent condition. Ex: Christie's South Kensington. Apulia is one of the richest archaeological regions in Italy. It was first settled by Illyric peoples, the best-known of whom were the Messapii. Mycenaean Greeks then colonized the area. In the... Click for details

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