Ancient Egyptian bronze fragment with the face of Hathor, Goddess of love and magic, on both sides. Thick earthen encrustation. 26th Dynasty.
Ancient Egyptian elongated terracotta oil lamp with the face of Hathor, the Goddess of joy, motherhood and love; and also the protector of pregnant women and a midwife. 300 BC (3 1/2”)
Ancient Egypt. Golden mold-blown glass Hathor head flask, with rolled rim. Hathor, the Egyptian Goddess of joy, Motherhood and love. Some iridescence and encrustation. 100 BC (4" x 1 1/2")
Cartonnage linen fragment, depicting a kneeling winged Isis - worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic, the wife of the god, Osiris and mother of Horus. Ptolemaic. 305-30 BC
Elongated terracotta oil lamp with the face of Hathor, the protector of pregnant women and a midwife, with traces of carbon residue about the wick hole.
300 BC (3 1/2")
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