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Middle Bronze Age II Bronze Canaanite God
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1223837
3012


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$5,500 

From the Age of the Patriarchs. Splendid Middle Bronze Age II, Bronze Figure of a god, Canaan ca. 2100 - 1550 BCE. Strong facial features with deep set eyes and long beard. Depicted in the nude with pronounced nipples, arms raised forward and small rounded feet. 3 3/4" high. In excellent condition. Ex: Sasson Ancient Art, Jerusalem. For example see Canaanite Gods in Metal: An Archaeological Study of Ancient Syro-Palestinian Figures, by Ora Negbi, Institute of Technogology, Tel Aviv University,... Click for details

Middle Bronze Age II Glazed Juglet, Holy Land
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1223675
3010


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$1,200 

From the Age of the Patriarchs. Middle Bronze Age II Canaanite glazed juglet, ca. 1735 BCE, found in a cave in Hebron. Intact and in very good condition with a very small hole at bottom of vessel. 3 3/4" high. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa. Around 1950 BCE, urban life revived in Canaan. For the first time, palaces were built in the largest settlements. These palace-towns controlled nearby villages and vied with one another for power. From Syria to the Egyptian Delta, rulers competed for... Click for details

Rare Early Bronze Age I Canaanite Pottery Twin Jug
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1223643
3009


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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10500.00 

Rare Early Bronze Age I Bridge Twin Jug, Canaanite ca. 3100 - 2900 BCE. With side handles and pigment remaining on twin bodies of vessel. Puncture design incisions around each neck. Intact with encrustation due to age. Rare and in excellent condition.7 1/2" high x 14 1/2" long x 6 1/4" deep. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffe. The Early Bronze Age I is marked by rural proto-urban (unwalled) cities. The EB I is continuous with the Chalcolithic, especially in the north. Houses are mostly either:... Click for details

Middle Bronze Age I Canaanite Pottery Twin Jug, Holy Land
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1223638
3008


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



4800.00 

From the Age of the Patriarchs. Rare Middle Bronze Age I Twin Jug, Canaanite, ca. 1950 BCE. Bridged and intact with encrustation due to age, incised with puncture design around both necks. In excellent condition. 4" high x 9 1/2" long x 4 3/4" deep. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa. Around 1950 BCE, urban life revived in Canaan. For the first time, palaces were built in the largest settlements. These palace-towns controlled nearby villages and vied with one another for power. From Syria to... Click for details

Early Bronze Age I Canaanite Miniature Pottery Twin Juglet
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1223633
3007


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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2200.00 

Rare Early Bronze Age I miniature Twin Juglet, Canaanite, ca. 3100 - 2900 BCE. Stirrup loop and wonderful encrustation due to age, intact and in excellent condition. 2 1/2" high x 4 1/2" long x 3" deep. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa. The Early Bronze Age I is marked by rural proto-urban (unwalled) cities. The EB I is continuous with the Chalcolithic, especially in the north. Houses are mostly either: apsidal, with a curve at one end; ellipsoidal, with both ends curving; or, occasionally,... Click for details

Iron Age II Pottery Tripod Bowl, Time of King David
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1221594
2095


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$2,250 

Iron Age II Pottery Tripod Bowl found in the Holy Land. Circa 800 - 586 BCE. Geometric patterns painted in brown on body of vessel. 3 3/4" high and in excellent condition. Ex: Teddy Kollek collection, First Mayor of Unified Jerusalem. According to Boston University, Early in Iron II, major sites (Megiddo, Hazor, and Gezer) show extensive construction on what appears to be similar plans. Other facilities are added in the next century expanding the types of "monumental" structures. Perhaps the... Click for details

Persian Pottery Tripod Vessel found in the Holy land
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1209628
2080


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$1,550 

Persian hand painted pottery tripod, Iron Age III 800 - 586 BCE, found in the Holy Land. Geometric patterns encircle vessel, some loss due to age and wear. 4 3/4" high. One foot repaired from original piece. Otherwise in good condition. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa

Iron Age I Pottery Pyxis Time of King David
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1209507
2077


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$900 

Iron Age I Terracotta Pyxis, circa 1200 - 926 BCE, found in the Holy Land. Short flared mouth with twin handles. Beautiful earthen encrustation from years of burial, but in excellent condition. 3" high x 4 1/4" diameter. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa

Early Bronze Age Pottery Juglet with Handle
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1206466
2061


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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2500.00 

Early Bronze Age Spouted Juglet with Basket Handle, cira 3100 - 2900 BCE. Found in Israel. Intact with small chips on mouth and reverse rim, otherwise in excellent condition. 5" high. The Early Bronze Age I is marked by rural proto-urban (unwalled) cities. The EB I is continuous with the Chalcolithic, especially in the north. Houses are mostly either: apsidal, with a curve at one end; ellipsoidal, with both ends curving; or, occasionally, caves. Burial customs included: caves, most commonly;... Click for details

Early Bronze Age Pottery Amphoriskos
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1206464
2060


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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2500.00 

Early Bronze Age Amphoriskos with line group painting, circa 3100 - 2900 BCE, found in the Holy Land. With spouted neck and small handles for hanging. Intact and in excellent condition. 6" high x 5" diameter. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa. The Early Bronze Age I is marked by rural proto-urban (unwalled) cities. The EB I is continuous with the Chalcolithic, especially in the north. Houses are mostly either: apsidal, with a curve at one end; ellipsoidal, with both ends curving; or,... Click for details

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