27 - 29 April 2010
AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED COMPOSITION FIGURE OF ISIS
EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.
Holding wadj-sceptre, back column inscribed, mounted
7.6 cm. high
Acquired in the 1960s or early 1970s.
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Julia de Jong
Rotterdam, Historisch Museum, Bezeten Bezit, Keuzetentoonstelling uit de verzameling van Mevrouw W.G. Elias-Vaes te Rotterdam, exhibition catalogue, 18 April - 1 August 1970, no. 673.
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