1 October 2014
TWO EGYPTIAN GESSO-PAINTED WOOD PANELS
LATE PERIOD-PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 664-30 B.C.
Both with alternating djed-pillars and tyt-knots on a red background
35 in. (89 cm.) long max.
Michael Rice (1928-2013) collection, UK, acquired prior to 1983.
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