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Terracotta stand with a Satyr also known as the Egyptian god Bes

Terracotta stand with a Satyr also known as the Egyptian god Bes

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Terracotta stand with a satyr Date: 4th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 7 in. (17.8 cm) Classification: Vases Metropolitan ...

Terracotta figurine of Egyptian dwarf god, Bes. From tomb at Amathus, Cyprus. This little guy has all sorts of story potential.

Bes Lamp, Century BC - Century AD Egypt, Greco-Roman Period Nile silt clay, Overall - cm inches).

Corinthian satyr, greek terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Corinthian

Egyptian terracotta statuette of Harpocrates, 1st century B.C. Egyptian terracotta statuette of Harpocrates, Roman

Egyptian terracotta Bes statuette, Ptolemaic period, 2nd-1st century B.C. Egyptian terracotta Bes

Sabaean incense burner or pipe, 3rd-2nd century B.C. Consists of a body in

An Egyptian terracotta Bes, Roman Period, circa 1st century A.D. The god depicted nude

Egyptian terracotta Bes, Ptolemaic period, 2nd-1st century B.C. Egyptian terracotta Bes, pottery, naked, wearing a feathered headdress, standing with hand ...

Dull green-brown glazed amulet in the form of the god Bes. Egypt, 600 B.

Figurine of the God Bes Egypt, Late Period, 25th Dynasty, 711-657

Terracotta vase in the form of a seated silen Period: Late Classical Date: 4th

Roman Egyptian terracotta figure of Harpokrates, 1st-3rd century A.D. Wearing long robes,

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Greek satyr, Greek terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek satyr, Greek terracotta satyrs, one holding loaves of bread, ...

¨Standing Bes Figurine with Hathor Headdress Egypt, probably Late Period - Ptolemaic Period (

Etruscan satyr drinking cup, 6th-4th centuries BCE. Bad pun alert: "

Le dieu nain Bes, ca 500 avant J-C The dwarf God Bes, ca 500 BC. Bes 1 , 2 is in the Egyptian mythology the god of the household but also other secondary ...

Amulet of Bes, 525-332 BC. Egypt, Late Period, Probably Dynasty

Roman Egyptian terracotta figural bust of Serapis, Roman Egypt, 3rd century A.D. Draped and

Terracotta. Two canosan terracotta female head jug. Circa 3rd century BC. D/

Roman bronze Silenus balsamarium, 3rd-4th century A.D. 10 cm high. Private collection

Roman Priapus, Roman Egyptian, century B. Terracotta figure of a nude woman standing with Priapus who is lifting up his robe to expose himself, ...

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Greek terracotta satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek terracotta satyr statuette of seated

Greek satyr, Corinthian terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek

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Egyptian terracotta figure with five lying divinities, Roman Period, 11 cm high. Private

Terracotta vase with janiform heads (left) and terracotta mug in the form a black

Terracotta figurine of Egyptian dwarf god, Bes. From tomb at Amathus, Cyprus. This little guy has all sorts of story potential.

The Egyptian god, Bes.

Etruscan Terracotta funerary monuments 3rd-2nd century BCE (15)

Faience kohl pot in the form of the god Bes, Dynasty XVIII, Egypt.

Satyr Selinus head on Greek bronze mirror handle, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D.

Roman Egyptian terracotta Bes head from vase fragment, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D.

Terracotta vase with janiform heads (left) and terracotta mug in the form a black African boy's head Etruscan late 4th century BCE | Terracotta, ...

ANTEFIX FR. SATRICUM / ETRUSCAN. Etruscan, late archaic, c. 490 BC

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Roman Egyptian terracotta seated figure of Harpokrates, Roman Egypt, 1s 2nd century A.D. Wearing

Roman terracotta statuette of a couple in erotic embrace, century A. Roman egyptian Baubo, a fragment from the spout of a pottery vessel moulded as Baubo, ...

EGYPT RELIEF 1ST-3RD CE The god Bes, usually shown as a dwarf:

Temple model, votive terracotta work. Etruscan art Artwork-location: Orvieto, Museo

Antefix of a Maenad and Satyr dancing - terracotta statue from Etruscan culture, circa 500

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Faience kohl pot in the form of the god Bes, Dynasty XVIII, 1400-

Roman Egyptian terracotta figure of Harpokrates, 1st-2nd century A.D. Depicted as an nude

Carved black limestone statue of Bes, the Egyptian bandy-legged, dwarf deity…

EGYPT VASE 10TH-6TH BCE Vase in the form of the Egyptian god Bes.

Ancient Egyptian Blue Glazed Faience Image of the Dwarf God Bes BC to 712 BC Egypt)

Greek corinthian terracotta stauette of satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Greek

SMALL EGYPTIAN AMULET OF BES

Sculptural relief of the dancing and laughing god Bes, with a protruding tongue and humongous phallus. Bes was a Sculptural relief of the dancing a…

ROMAN TERRACOTTA RELIEF WITH VENUS AND PAN

Box of cedar wood with ebony veneers and ivory inlays and gilding depicting the god Bes and bearing the cartouches of Amenhotep II: Ancient Egyptian, ...

GREEK SMALL BRONZE SATYR

ROMAN TERRACOTTA RELIEF WITH VENUS AND PAN

Le dieu nain Bes, ca 500 avant J-C The dwarf God Bes, ca 500

Fresco from the Temple of Isis in Pompeii depicting the Egyptian god Bes, protector of

Egyptian pottery statuette, Roman period, 1st- 2nd Century A.D. A mold made terracotta figurine of 2 standing Nubian figures, both cloaked in flowing gowns ...

A delicate buff clay effigy goddess; she sits with bird face features, large full breasts and necklace, and ornate hair upturned in two buns .

A rare sample of Egyptian terra cotta sculpture which may depict Isis mourning Osiris. The sculpture portrays a woman raising her right arm over her head, ...

Glazed terracotta statuette of Pataikos (Ptah-Pateco) from Pompeii dated from the 1st

Amphora with Face ( Ancient Egyptian Protection Deity Bes ) 5 - 7th Century Egypt Egyptian

BOEOTIAN TERRACOTTA PROTOME

Etruscan terracotta oinochoe (jug) in the form of a woman's head, late 4th

BOEOTIAN TERRACOTTA PROTOME

Egyptian terracotta vase in the form of a young nubian's face, Roman Period, 1st

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Standing Female Figure, 250-200 BC, terracotta statue, Egyptian Civilisation, Ptolemaic

EASTERN GREEK TERRACOTTA BULL'S HEAD

Bat God clay pot 418-735 Mexico Oaxaca Zapotec (culture) 64.5 x 53

Limestone statue of the god Bes, Late Period

Satyr holding out wineskin, terracotta statuette, Egyptian Civilisation, Ptolemaic Period, 3rd-

The God Stands in mummiform posture decorated with a broad collar, beard, and tripartite wig, the body in vivid polychrome painted overall with deities ...

Terracotta statue of the god Bes, Greco-Roman Museum, Alexandria, Egypt -

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EGYPTIAN AMARNA AMULET OF GOD NEFERTUM

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This is a photograph of Tablet IV of the Poem of Erra. The tablet is

Ancient Egyptian. God Bes. Protector of households. National Archaeology Museum. Madrid.

Egyptian Bronze Standing Osiris, ...

God Bes, terracotta statuette, Egyptian Civilisation, Ptolemaic Period, 4th-1st century

God Bes with his tongue out

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BOEOTIAN TERRACOTTA PROTOME

Antique statue of anubis, Egyptian god of embalmment - Stock Image

A Roman Terracotta Mask of a Satyr, ca 1st century AD - Sands of Time

The God Bes, Cyrene Museum, Libya - Stock Image

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Roman fresco wall painting from the Sacrarium of the Temple of Isis in Pompeii depicting the

Statue of Sehkmet - the Egyptian goddess of war but also of healing. Her breath created the desert.

Seshat (Sesha, Sesheta) was the goddess of writing and record whose name means "the one who writes." She was the patroness of all types of writing.

Cantaro decorated with relief of the god Bes terracotta Egyptian Civilisation Ptolemaic Period 2nd1st century BC

Red figure hydria (pot for carrying water) with a scene of bridal adornment in the women's quarters, the bride is seated, Eros is offering a ribbon and ...

Sarcophagus of Psusennes 1 (early 10th century BCE) formed as Osiris, with crook

A graceful Egyptian Bronze Figure of a Woman, Middle Kingdom ca 2030 - 1640 BC