12 June 2002
PROPERTY OF PROFESSOR AND MRS. SID PORT
A PHOENICIAN TERRACOTTA FEMALE FIGURE
Circa 6th Century B.C.
Depicting the "lady with the flower" on a thin plaque decorated with red stripes, the standing woman with long hair, wearing a tall cylindrical headdress and a long-sleeved garment, her left arm to her chest holding a flower, preserving traces of original red pigment
6½ in. (16.5 cm) high
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For a similar example see fig. 146 in Spycket, The Human Form Divine.
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