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Lot 119A: A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects

Auction 55: Fine Ancient Artifacts Winter Sale

by Ancient Resource LLC

December 4, 2016

Montrose, CA, USA

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  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
  • A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects
   
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Description: The California Museum of Ancient Art is de-accessioning lot # 119A to raise funds for its Ancient Art Acquisition Fund in order to build its growing collections.

A group of 3 Near Eastern bronze objects. Lot includes a Marlik bronze amulet of a horse, c. 1000 – 800 BC, with suspension loop on back. L: 1 ¼ in (3.2 cm); a bronze fibula, 1 ½ in (3.8 cm), with stylized lion’s head terminals; and the last a hollow bronze enclosed tube, 2nd – 1st Millennium BC, with parallel ridge design. L: 2 5/16 in (5.8 cm). The horse ex Southern California private collection, and the latter two ex-East Coast private collection.

The California Museum of Ancient Art was founded in 1983 to gather the first collection focusing exclusively on the Ancient Near East in Southern California. Representing the geographic regions of Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Levant from approximately 3500 BC to 500 AD, the museum's goal is to tell the stories of the peoples of the Ancient Near East and their cultures and to promote a better appreciation for the roots of Western Civilization. The museum aims to do this in a way that is both historically accurate and user friendly and, most importantly, meaningful to the general public. From the influential peoples of Sumer, Elam, Babylon, Assyria, Hittite Anatolia, Canaan, Philistia, Israel, Judah, and Egypt of the Pharaohs to the beginnings of Rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity, the aim is to bring these ancient peoples to life—actively engaging visitors by allowing the museum's ancient artworks and written texts to tell their amazing stories.

Condition Report: The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Ancient Resource LLC's Conditions of Sale.

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