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Syro Hittite Terracotta Head of Astarte / Goddess
Near East : Hittite Pre AD 1000: item #1393191
3317


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$750 

Syro Hittite Terracotta Head of Astarte / Goddess, ca. 2nd - 1st Millennium BCE. 2" x 1" x 1 1/2", On custom stand 5 3/4" high. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. Astarte is the Greek form of the name Ashtart, who, along with Asherah and Anath, was one of the three great goddesses of the Canaanite pantheon. In Canaanite religion she was associated primarily with love and fertility, playing the role of divine courtesan, for example, in mythological texts from the Late Bronze Age (c. 1550–1200... Click for details

Syro Hittite Terracotta Idol on Horse
Near East : Hittite Pre AD 1000: item #1393189
3316


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$1,100 

Syro Hittite Terracotta Figure riding horseback, Middle Bronze Age ca. 1800 BCE. 3 1/4" x 1 1/2" x 3". Note that arms are not broken but stylized. In very good condition. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. “They have mouths, but they speak not; eyes have they, but they see not; they have ears, but they her not; neither is there any breath in their mouths.” Psalm 135. When according to tradition, Abraham rejected the idols that Terach, his father, had made. He established the foundation for... Click for details

Syro Hittite Terracotta Idol on Horse
Near East : Hittite Pre AD 1000: item #1393180
3315


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$1,100 

Syro Hittite Terracotta Figure riding horseback, Middle Bronze Age ca. 1800 BCE. 4 1/8" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/4". Some restoration to front left leg, otherwise in very good condition. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. “They have mouths, but they speak not; eyes have they, but they see not; they have ears, but they her not; neither is there any breath in their mouths.” Psalm 135. When according to tradition, Abraham rejected the idols that Terach, his father, had made. He established the foundation... Click for details

Syro Hittite Terracotta Idol on Horse
Near East : Hittite Pre AD 1000: item #1393179
3314


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811



$1,200 

Syro Hittite Terracotta Figure riding horseback, Middle Bronze Age ca. 1800 BCE. 3 3/4" x 1 1/2" x 3 1/4", on custom stand 4 1/2" high . In very good condition. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. “They have mouths, but they speak not; eyes have they, but they see not; they have ears, but they her not; neither is there any breath in their mouths.” Psalm 135. When according to tradition, Abraham rejected the idols that Terach, his father, had made. He established the foundation for Judaism’s... Click for details

Islamic Bronze Furniture Attachment, Forepart of a Lion
Near East : Islamic Pre 1800: item #1392429
3313


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$350 

Islamic Bronze Furniture Attachment, Forepart of a Lion, 18th Century. Intact and in excellent condition. 2" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2". Throughout the centuries, the lion has generally been acknowledged as a symbol of power in numerous cultures. It exercises magic and talismanic functions as a sign of the zodiac. The lion as the king of the beasts has long fascinated and challenged man. It plays a large part in the decorative arts and mythologies of many cultures and Islam is no exception.

Near Eastern Islamic Seljuk Bronze Buckle, Body of a Lion,
Near East : Islamic Pre AD 1000: item #1392427
3312


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$900 

Near Eastern Islamic Seljuk Bronze Buckle, Body of a Lion, Central Asia Minor, ca. 1200 - 1300 CE. In excellent condition. 1 1/8" x 2" x 1/*', on custom stand 2 3/4" high. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. The Seljuk Empire or Great Seljuq Empire was a medieval Turko-Persian Sunni Muslim empire, originating from the Qiniq branch of Oghuz Turks. The Seljuk Empire controlled a vast area stretching from the Hindu Kush to western Anatolia and the Levant, and from Central Asia to the Persian Gulf.

Near Eastern Islamic Seljuk Bronze Head of a Lion
Near East : Islamic Pre 1492: item #1392426
3311


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$1,500 

Near Eastern Islamic Seljuk Bronze Head of a Lion, Central Asia Minor, ca. 1200 - 1300 CE. Large hollow eyes, pricked ears, long whiskers. In excellent condition. 1 7/8" x 1" x 1 1/4", on custom stand 3 1/4" high. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. The Seljuk Empire or Great Seljuq Empire was a medieval Turko-Persian Sunni Muslim empire, originating from the Qiniq branch of Oghuz Turks. The Seljuk Empire controlled a vast area stretching from the Hindu Kush to western Anatolia and the Levant,... Click for details

Islamic Stone Body of a Lion
Near East : Islamic Pre 1492: item #1392417
3310


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Islamic Stone Body of a Lion, ca. 12th - 13th Century, 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 3", on custom stand 3 1/2" high. Loss to legs and tail as seen in images. Pleasing, intricately carved face with whiskers. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. Throughout the centuries, the lion has generally been acknowledged as a symbol of power in numerous cultures. It exercises magic and talismanic functions as a sign of the zodiac. The lion as the king of the beasts has long fascinated and challenged man. It plays a... Click for details

Islamic Bronze Head of a Lion
Near East : Islamic Pre 1492: item #1392414
3309


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$1,200 

Islamic Bronze Head of a Lion, ca. 12th - 13th Century, 2 1/2" x 1 1/4" x 1 3/4", on custom stand 3 3/4" high. Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. Throughout the centuries, the lion has generally been acknowledged as a symbol of power in numerous cultures. It exercises magic and talismanic functions as a sign of the zodiac. The lion as the king of the beasts has long fascinated and challenged man. It plays a large part in the decorative arts and mythologies of many cultures and Islam is no... Click for details

Assyrian Stone Reclining Lion
Near East : Assyrian Pre AD 1000: item #1392368
3308


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$1,200 

Assyrian Stone Reclining Figure of a Lion, ca. 8th - 7th Century BCE. Carved in frontal relief, 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 3/4". Ex: S. Beiner collection, Florida. According to ancient legend, the killing of lions was reserved in Mesopotamia for royalty, and kings were often shown in art doing so. There may have been a religious dimension to the activity. A surviving letter on a clay tablet records that when a lion entered a house in the provinces, it had to be trapped and taken by boat to the king. The... Click for details

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