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Bull Man
H: 34.8 cm
From Umma (present-day Djokha)
Early Dynastic II-III. c. mid 3rd millennium
Ex collection: Charles Gillet, Lausanne
Condition: face reaffixed; bust reaffixed to
legs, with a strip filled in, below belt at back
and above belt in front, with a section filled
over stomach between belt knot and clasped
hands; right arm reaffixed, two small wedges
filled, consolidated with glue here and there.
Abrasion to tip of penis and testicles.
Missing: back of head, upper right side of face
with half of eye, section of beard, left elbow,
inverted V-shaped wedge on lower right side of
right leg and a large diagonal section sliced
from upper front to end of back of left thigh.
Antique Golden Vase VI EW

Amenemhat III
Picture ShirtHOTEL
Copper alloy
H: 26.5 cm
Allegedly from Hawara, Faiyum
Middle Kingdom
12th Dynasty
Ex collection:
Maurice Tempelsman, New York (1971-1986)
Solid-cast by the lost wax method, four thick
tangs project from under the knees and from
below the toes for insertion into the stand. The
arms, now missing, cast separately and fixed
by means of tangs into the longitudinal
grooves inset from the shoulders down (see
bust of Amenemhat, cat. no. 36). Rising from
the crown of the head a recessed rim to enable
fixing the royal headcloth, now missing. Gold
inlay on both temples. The apron [1] formerly
inlaid with silver [2]. A round hole on the upper
outer right thigh probably for fixing a rivet, now
missing, to hold the apron in place; traces
possibly of a now filled hole on the
left thigh.

Steatopygous Idol
Nike TrainerEL
H: 13.7 cm
From Thessaly (between Volos and Lamia) - found
in a well
Early Neolithic
6th millennium B.C. [1]
Modelled with the help of a spatula-type
Condition: greyish green clay with faint traces of
white clay slip with various discolourations due to
exposure; whether the black discolouration was
caused by fire or not is uncertain. Slight chippings
to the top of the head, front of the right foot and
damage to the front of the left thigh.