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Two Chalcolithic Pottery Vessels found in Holy Land
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1192014
1967


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



$900 EACH 

SOLD SEPARATELY: Two Chalcolithic Pottery Vessels, ca. 4400 - 3300 BCE. Found in the Holy Land. One a reddish pottery amphora at 4" high and one buff pottery flanged vessel at 3 3/4" high. Both intact and in excellent condition. The discovery of the metal in the Chalcolithic Age resulted in the development of trade between the local or remote civilizations, and they established a well network of trading centers where they had exchanged commodities. This caused the invention and development of... Click for details

Mameluke Stucco Head of a Lion, Fragment
Holy Land Pre 1492: item #1187211
1934


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$1,500 

Mameluke Stucco Fragment Head of a Lion, 13th Century. 2 1/4" high. Some pigment remains around mouth. Ex: Arieh Klein, Jerusalem. The Mameluke Period (1250-1517 CE) In 1260 the Mameluke rulers of Egypt conquered Palestine and became the new masters of Jerusalem. While Mameluke Jerusalem bore prime religious importance, politically it was insignificant. The Mamelukes were soldiers who had been brought to Egypt as property of the ruler from the Central Asian steppes. Since they had been brought... Click for details

Iron Age I Pottery Trefoil Oil Lamps, Sold Separately
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1153356
1811


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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On Stand $225, Not on Stand $200 

SOLD SEPARATELY: TWO Iron Age I Trefoil Lamps, ca. 1200 - 926 BCE, Found in the Holy Land. One on custom stand at $225. Another not on a stand at $200. All intact and in excellent condition. Ex: Archaeological Center, Old Jaffa. Archaeological sites in the land of Israel from the Hellenistic period onward have revealed oil lamps that were made for the use of Jewish people. These lamps have been found in Jewish settlements and cemeteries, and they are decorated in a style that accords with the... Click for details

Iron Age III Pottery Bull with Bridle
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1152962
1790


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$4,500 

Iron Age III Pottery Bull with Bridle, ca. 800-586 BCE. Pottery figures of animals were very common in this region from the 4th millennium BCE and onwards, but especially during the Iron Age. Stylized bull has a bridle and a bit. Incised eyes and long tail curving towards one leg. Horns repaired, but otherwise in excellent shape and appealingly crafted. 6" in height. Found in the Holy Land.

Early Bronze Age I Canaanite Mini Twin Juglet Pottery
Holy Land : Caananite Pre AD 1000: item #1152942
1781


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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2000.00 

Rare Early Bronze Age I Canaanite Mini Twin Juglet Pottery, Canaanite ca. 3100 - 2900 BCE. With single handle pierced for hanging. Wonderful basket weave painting. Intact with some wear due to age and use. 2 3/4" x 4" X 2 1/4" and in excellent condition. 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

Iron Age II Fenestrated Pottery Chalice
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1152194
1772


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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1300.00 

Iron Age II Fenestrated Pottery Chalice, ca. 8th Century BCE. Time of Omri, father of King Ahab who was husband to Jezebel. Found in the Holy Land. Chalice stands on wide elaborate foot with long slender neck. Wide mouth of drinking vessel surrounded by perforated holes, believed to be from a later date. 5 1/2" high x 4 1/8' diameter and in excellent condition. According to Boston University, Iron II (1000-550) witnessed the rise of the states of Judah and Israel in the tenth-ninth century.... Click for details

Iron Age II - III Pottery Flask
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1152183
1770


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$2,000 

Iron Age II - III Pottery Flask, ca. 926-586 BCE. 8 inches in height. Bulbous in shape with elongated neck and curving handle. Some wear due to age and use, but in excellent condition.

Middle Bronze Age II Carinated Pottery Bowl, Holy Land
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1152180
1769


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$950 

Middle Bronze Age II Carinated Pottery Bowl, ca. 2100 - 1550 BCE. Buff in color with wide mouth and small footed base. 4 1/4 inches high and in very good condition with small chip on rim and foot as shown. Found in Israel. 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 prestige though warfare,... Click for details

Early Bronze Age I Pottery Bowls
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1026608
1656


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Larger $1,500, Smaller $1,300 

Sold separately: Two Early Bronze Age I potter Bowls, ca. 3100 - 2100 BCE. Found in the Holy Land. Largest is 6" diameter and smaller is 5 1/4" diameter. Both have earthen encrustation and lug handles. Both in very good condition while smaller has small chips to rim. 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... Click for details

Magnificent Luristan Bronze Sword on custom stand
Holy Land Pre AD 1000: item #1004378
1653


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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3200.00 

Magnificent Luristan Bronze Sword, ca. 900 - 800 BCE. Found in the Holy Land, beautiful patina due to age, intact and in excellent condition. Bronze is 14 1/2" long x 1 1/2" wide. On custom stand dimensions are 9 1/4" high x 14 1/2" wide x 2" deep. Typical categories of canonical Luristan bronze artifacts in­clude cast animal finials, standards with masters of animals, horse cheekpieces, and harness attachments in the form of naturalistic or fantastic creatures, figured and disc pins, whetstone... Click for details

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