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E-001

Egyptian pottery amphora flask circa 1st – 3rd century AD

A dark red pottery flask in the form of an amphora with a prominent ribbed neck flanked by a two ring handles. Egypt, Roman period. Some chips around the rim, otherwise intact.
For a very close parallel and example please compare with Petrie Museum item UC67023
Size: 12.1 x 5 cms 
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.

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E-001

£185.00

Egyptian pottery amphora flask circa 1st – 3rd century AD

A dark red pottery flask in the form of an amphora with a prominent ribbed neck flanked by a two ring handles. Egypt, Roman period. Some chips around the rim, otherwise intact.
For a very close parallel and example please compare with Petrie Museum item UC67023
Size: 12.1 x 5 cms 
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.


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E-002

Egyptian green glass vessel circa 1st – 2nd century AD
A heavy dark green unguentarium vessel with a long neck and squat body. Egypt, Roman period. Two chips on the rim, some surface pitting consistent with age. Size: 8.4 x 5.3 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.

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E-002

£135.00

Egyptian green glass vessel circa 1st – 2nd century AD
A heavy dark green unguentarium vessel with a long neck and squat body. Egypt, Roman period. Two chips on the rim, some surface pitting consistent with age. Size: 8.4 x 5.3 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.


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E-003

Egyptian pottery jug circa 1st – 3rd century AD
A large red pottery jug with a conical body surmounted by a collared shoulder and round pinched spout. Egypt, Roman period. Some surface erosion on one side of the body and chipping to the base. Size: 13.6 x 11.1 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.

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E-003

£140.00

Egyptian pottery jug circa 1st – 3rd century AD
A large red pottery jug with a conical body surmounted by a collared shoulder and round pinched spout. Egypt, Roman period. Some surface erosion on one side of the body and chipping to the base. Size: 13.6 x 11.1 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.


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E-004

Egyptian pottery Harpocrates figure circa 332 – 30 BC
A hollow moulded pottery figure depicting the child god Harpocrates wearing the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt and holding a cornucopia. Egypt, Ptolmaic period, 332 – 30 BC. The figure is intact as shown. Size: 14 x 4.3 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.

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E-004

£225.00

Egyptian pottery Harpocrates figure circa 332 – 30 BC
A hollow moulded pottery figure depicting the child god Harpocrates wearing the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt and holding a cornucopia. Egypt, Ptolmaic period, 332 – 30 BC. The figure is intact as shown. Size: 14 x 4.3 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.


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E-005

Egyptian pottery vase circa 1st Millennium BC
A pale brown pottery jar with a squat rounded body and a flaring neck with an incised line around the rim Egypt, 1st  Millennium BC.
 Intact apart from a few small surface chips. Size: 7 x 6.8 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.

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E-005

£125.00

Egyptian pottery vase circa 1st Millennium BC
A pale brown pottery jar with a squat rounded body and a flaring neck with an incised line around the rim Egypt, 1st  Millennium BC.
 Intact apart from a few small surface chips. Size: 7 x 6.8 cms
Ex. Old collection: Mrs Mary Pearman, [1909 – 1999] acquired during her time in Egypt between 1936 - 1944.


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