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Tetrobol of Akanthos, Greek Silver Coin Pendant
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1223357
3002


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Ancient Silver Tetrobol of Akanthos, Greek, Classical Period, ca. 430 - 390 BCE. Mint: Akanthos, Macedonia. Diameter: 15 mm, weight: 3.38 gm silver. 13.8 gr. 18K Contemporary Gold. Catalogue: Brett, Greek Coins (MFA) Obverse: Forepart of a bull, kneeling to left on foreleg, head 3/4 view, border of dots> Inscription in Greek, above is A = Alpha, Reverse: Forepart square incuse with smooth surfaces. Akanthos was founded by 7th century BCE (the archaeology suggests 655 BCE) by colonists from... Click for details

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


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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

Daunian Pottery High Handle Jug with Geometric Pattern
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1207372
2070


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Daunian High handle Pottery Jug with Geometric Pattern, Greeks in Southern Italy, 5th Century BCE. Wide mouth with small voids through handle. Some repair to handle and wear due to age and earthen encrustation. 8 3/4" high, in verygood condition. Ex: David Hacohen collection, Israel. born 20 October 1898, died 19 February 1984) was an Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset between 1949 and 1953, and again from 1955 until 1969. Daunian pottery is a genus of Dauni ceramic... Click for details

Small Daunian Pottery High Handle Juglet
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1207357
2069


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Small Daunian Pottery High Handle Juglet, Greeks in Southern Italy, circa 350 BCE. With several brown encircling bands, wide mouth and shepherds staff handle. Comb motif 4" high. Intact and in excellent condition. Ex: Christie's South Kensington. Published: Ceramiques Antiques de Grece et d-Italie dans le patrimoine liegeois, exhibition catalogue, Liege, 1987, p. 91, no. 128; and De Warande, Grieks & Italisch Aardewerk, Turn, 1986, p. 122, coll. 251. Daunian pottery is a genus of Dauni ceramic... Click for details

Hellenistic Brazier Fragment, Head of Bearded Man
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1199269
2016


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$1,500 

Hellenistic Terracotta Brazier fragment of a Head of a Bearded Man found in the Holy Land. Protruding beard and short hair, heavy lidded eyes under arching brows with missing nose. Fragment in good condition. Circa 4th - 2nd B.C.E. 3 3/4" high. On Custom lucite stand. Ex: Archaeological Center, Tel Aviv. A brazier is a container for fire, generally taking the form of an upright standing or hanging metal bowl or box. Used for burning solid fuel, braziers principally provide heat and light, but... Click for details

Hellenistic Pottery Oil Lamp, Head of Papposilenos / Silenus
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1199094
2013


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$1,500 

Hellenistic pottery oil lamp of the Head of Silenus, or Silenos, circa 1st Century BCE to 1st Century CE, found in the Holy Land. Silenus with wide smile and curly beard. Loop handle missing but in very good condition. 3 1/2 in length. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jarra. SEILENOS (or Silenus) was the old rustic god of the dance of the wine-press, his name being derived from the words seiô, "to move to and fro," and lênos, "the wine-trough." He was also the god of drunkenness who rode in the... Click for details

Campanian Pottery Teano Ware Kernos
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1183827
1899


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Campanian Teano Ware Kernos with four cups used to hold multiple offerings. Flaring rims set on deep, ridged circular base, Simple decoration of incised lines around bowls and wall of base, rows of dots above and below lips, circa 290 B.C.E., 4" high, pigment faded from aging but in excellent condition. In the typology of ancient Greek pottery, the kernos is a pottery ring or stone tray to which are attached several small vessels for holding offerings. Its unusual design is described in literary... Click for details

Sold Separately: Apulian Gnathian Ware Epichysis
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1183818
1898


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SOLD SEPARATELY: Apulian Pottery Gnathia Ware Epichysis circa 340 - 320 BCE. Vessels used for pouring wine and characterized by long neck and spout, with a high looped handle. Two ovoid shape with large wreaths on body centered by rosette, other two reel-shaped with grape vines on shoulders and band or key across body. All vessels with a mold-made lion-head mask where handle joins the rim, Some chips and wear due to age and use. Ovoid pair is 8" high, Reel-shaped pair is 6 1/2". In very good... Click for details

Campanian Pottery Guttus with Head of Apollo
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1178429
1833


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The Greeks in Southern Italy. Campanian guttus(oil lamp filler) with releif Head of Apollo. Ring handle set at right angles to the elongated spout with sides of bowl striated. The surface has a metallic black glaze, other than a band around the upper foot and the underside of the vase, which are reserved. Calene ware, c. 300 B.C. 4 1/2" high and 3.9 inch diameter. Professional repair to fisure where neck meets shoulder, otherwise in excellent condition. The medallion of the piece somewhat rare.... Click for details

Corinthian Pottery Aryballos
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1153346
1807


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$1,800 

Corinthian Pottery Aryballos, ca. 6th century BCE. Decorated with mythological creature of bearded winged male and reverse side with Swan motif. Oil flask with conical base. Remarkable remnants of charcoal and brown and cream pigment remain on the vessel. Delicate mouth with stripes and dots on flat neck. Very good condition and very rare type. 4" in height. Ex: Archaeological Center, LTD. Old Jaffa. According to Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, this small, globular vessel is an aryballos, an... Click for details

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