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A SYRO-PALESTINIAN SMITING GOD
Property from the Collection of Evelyn Annenberg Hall
A SYRO-PALESTINIAN SMITING GOD

CIRCA 14TH CENTURY B.C.

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A SYRO-PALESTINIAN SMITING GOD
CIRCA 14TH CENTURY B.C.
Wearing a conical headdress; together with five Iranian bronze animals, circa early 1st millennium B.C., including a horse with crested mane, cylindrical muzzle and peaked ears; a Caspian attachment in the form of a horse moving to the right along a groundline; a stag with high arching horns and narrow tubular body; and two small Luristan bronze pendants, one a zebu bull and one a ram
Smiting god: 4¼ in. (10.8 cm.) high (6)
Provenance
Ibex: with C. Dikran Kelekian, Ancient Arts, New York, 1966.
Horse plaque: with J.J. Klejman, Works of Art, New York, 1966.
Smiting god: with C. Dikran Kelekian, Ancient Arts, New York, 1967.

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The Luristan pendants not illustrated.
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