TWO NORTH SYRIAN BASALT SCHEMATIC FIGURES
Circa Second Half of the 2nd Millennium B.C.
Both abstractly sculpted, one with a flat-topped head, overhanging brow, open mouth and pointed beard, with broad square shoulders, the hands clasped at his waist, and a long flaring gown; the other preserved to the waist, the round face with long straight nose and square shoulders, the arms clasped at the waist
95/8 in. (24.4 cm) high for the first (2)