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COIN:  Ancient-Looking Greek Coin.  Silver Plated.  Greece.

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    Alexander the Great:  I’ve spent almost a year now researching him, his family, his enemies (who turned allies), his horse, his motivations, his mental state, his death, his art, his monuments and homes… and a lot more.   Here is a replica coin from his era .… Continue reading

Framed Metal Art.  Head of Buchephalus.  A Parmakelis creation.   Alexander the Great.  Greece

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    Alexander the Great:  I’ve spent almost a year now researching him, his family, his enemies (who turned allies), his horse, his motivations, his mental state, his death, his art, his monuments and homes… and a lot more.   Complex, intriguing, fascinating . . . with many “no… Continue reading

COIN:  Minted and Circulated Greek 100 & 50 Drachmas (GRD).  Alexander the Great & Homer Images. 

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    Alexander the Great:  I’ve spent almost a year now researching him, his family, his enemies (who turned allies), his horse, his motivations, his mental state, his death, his art, his monuments and homes… and a lot more.   Complex, intriguing, fascinating . . . with many “no… Continue reading

Bust / Head Sculpture of Alexander The Great.  Reproduction.  Greece

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    Alexander the Great:  I’ve spent almost a year now researching him, his family, his enemies (who turned allies), his horse, his motivations, his mental state, his death, his art, his monuments and homes… and a lot more.   Complex, intriguing, fascinating . . . with many… Continue reading

BOOK:  “The Life and Actions of Alexander the Great”.  1843.  Hardcover.  Rare

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    Alexander the Great:  I’ve spent almost a year now researching him, his family, his enemies (who turned allies), his horse, his motivations, his mental state, his death, his art, his monuments and homes… and a lot more.   Complex, intriguing, fascinating . . . with many “no… Continue reading

Tanagra Terracotta Woman Figurine.  Himation Robe. Vase.  Hellenistic Greek Period.  Boeotia Greece

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    In the 1860s, Greek field peasants unearthed hundreds of clay figurines in ancient graves near the town of Bratsi, in the region of Boeotia, 40+ miles north of Athens.  The more they dug, the more they unearthed beautifully made small terracotta statues.  They seemed to be… Continue reading

Genuine Roman Terracotta Squat Oinochoe Jug.  Italy

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    Oinochoe (aka oenochoe) is a greek term for a wine or other functional jug.  The pouring spout and the handle rising from the jug is very typical of such jugs made between 50 B.C. and 100 A.D..  Some terracotta oinochoes are painted, have reliefs along the… Continue reading

Oinochoe-styled Vessel.  Reproduction.  Athletes.  Greece

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    Accurate replica and a quality reproduction of a 500 B.C. vessel by a Greek artist, Pvaglis in the mid-1900s, in Greece.  Of course, hand painted.  Recreated from actual pieces found during an archaeological excavation.   Acquired from a NYC collector who commissioned Pvaglis to produce a… Continue reading

Sarcophagus Wooden Mummy Mask.  Ptolemaic Kingdom Era.  Wood.  Ptolemaic Kingdom.  Egypt

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    An amazing amount of paint / detail left on this Egyptian sarcophagus mask.  Carved in detailed relief, including the sensitive eyes and longer nose, typical of this period.  All the detail is there and depending on the viewing angle, you can see different expressions.  You… Continue reading

Ancient Clay Pottery Pitcher.  Jug.  Wine.  Water.  Funerary / Burial. Greek / Roman.  Israel.

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  This was acquired from an estate of an Israeli archaeologist . . . about him, I know little or nothing.   This vessel seems very primitive to be a Greek or Roman Burial vessel.  It is more likely to be an ancient funerary vessel placed in the tomb… Continue reading
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