Ivory fragment depicting a warrior, Phoenician, Iraq, last third of 8th century BC. Artist: Werner Forman # 2330011
View preview image #2330011 - Ivory fragment depicting a warrior, Phoenician, Iraq, last third of 8th century BC. The warrior is in ceremonial dress and holds a lily. Probably a furniture inlay from Fort Shalmaneser, Nimrud. From the Iraq Museum, Baghdad. High scan only.
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Glass bead in the shape of a man's head | MFA for Educators
Bearded archaic head, worn as a pendant to a necklace. Flesh white, hair and beard bright blue, with a row of dark blue curls across the forehead; eyebrows dark blue; lips and earrings yellow. Many fragments from back and tip of right ear missing.
Model shrine with nude goddess
The plaque is a mixture of Mediterranean/Near Eastern styles that characterize Phoenician art. It represents the ancient Canaanite goddess Astarte, shown nude like the Mesopotamian Ishtar, but with an Egyptian face and wig. She stands within a shrine protected by typically Near Eastern snarling lions that support Egyptian columns surmounted by heads of the Egyptian god Bes.
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Phoenician Anthropomorphic Coffin Lid Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 600 BC to 400 BC Dimensions: 28.25" (71.8cm) high x 18" (45.7cm) wide Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Terracotta
mini-girlz: “ Figurine of a female tambourine player, from Shikmona on the northern coast of Israel 9th-8th century BC Phoenician Syrian ceramic Credit: Figurine of a female tambourine player, from...
Phoenician Scarab in Gold Swivel Mount, 6th-4th Century BC
Phoenician Scarab in Gold Swivel Mount, 6th-4th Century BCThe Egyptianising form of art can be seen on this Phoenician scarab with the winged sun disc of the Egyptian god Ra-Horakhty being held aloft...