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Limestone relief fragment, Egyptian, 30th Dynasty/early Ptolemaic Period, circa 380-200 B.C.

Limestone relief fragment, Egyptian, 30th Dynasty/early Ptolemaic Period, circa 380-200 B.C.

200 criaturas míticas e suas lendas sensacionais. Saiba sobre Rá, o deus do sol e mais:Néftis, Sobek, Nut, Ápis, Bastet, Ísis, Maat neste mega post

200 criaturas míticas e suas lendas sensacionais. Saiba sobre Rá, o deus do sol e mais:Néftis, Sobek, Nut, Ápis, Bastet, Ísis, Maat neste mega post

An Egyptian Limestone Relief Fragment, Late Ptolemaic / Early Roman Period, circa 1st century B.C.

An Egyptian Limestone Relief Fragment, Late Ptolemaic / Early Roman Period, circa 1st century B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE LION HEAD SCULPTOR'S MODEL -  EARLY PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C.  | Christie's

AN EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE LION HEAD SCULPTOR'S MODEL - EARLY PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C. | Christie's

Waterspout in the Shape of a Lion - Medium: Limestone Place Made: Egypt Dates: 664-30 B.C.E. Dynasty: Dynasty 26 or later Period: Late Period to Ptolemaic Period | Brooklyn Museum

Waterspout in the Shape of a Lion - Medium: Limestone Place Made: Egypt Dates: 664-30 B.C.E. Dynasty: Dynasty 26 or later Period: Late Period to Ptolemaic Period | Brooklyn Museum

Limestone relief fragment. 19th dynasty. Reign of Ramesses II. 1279-1213 B.C. | Sotheby's

Limestone relief fragment. 19th dynasty. Reign of Ramesses II. 1279-1213 B.C. | Sotheby's

Lion Holding Vessel  Medium: Banded Egyptian alabaster  Possible Place Collected: Leontopolis, Egypt  Dates: 525-404 B.C.E.  Dynasty: XXVII Dynasty  Period: Late Period

Lion Holding Vessel Medium: Banded Egyptian alabaster Possible Place Collected: Leontopolis, Egypt Dates: 525-404 B.C.E. Dynasty: XXVII Dynasty Period: Late Period

An Egyptian limestone relief of Horus  Early Middle Kingdom - early New Kingdom, 11th-18th Dynasty, circa 2133-1295 B.C. Sculpted in relief, depicting a Horus falcon in profile to the right, wearing the double crown, with a frontal uraeus, with finely carved anatomical details of the feathering, feet and face, the wings with added blue-green paint, the feet and tail in ochre, the falcon standing on a rectangular plinth

An Egyptian limestone relief of Horus Early Middle Kingdom - early New Kingdom, 11th-18th Dynasty, circa 2133-1295 B.C. Sculpted in relief, depicting a Horus falcon in profile to the right, wearing the double crown, with a frontal uraeus, with finely carved anatomical details of the feathering, feet and face, the wings with added blue-green paint, the feet and tail in ochre, the falcon standing on a rectangular plinth

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