Ashdoda, pottery figurine. Replica. Israelite Period I, 12th century B.C.E
Decorate your home in history with this incredible Ashdoda pottery figurine:
- Inspired by 12th century BCE Greek sculptures in ceramic.
- Exclusive design from the Israel Museum collection in Jerusalem, Israel.
- Wonderful addition to your historical art collection that will enhance your home for years to come!
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Size: 4.3" X 7" / 11 X 18 cm
Weight: 400 g (hand made, weight will vary)
This figurine is a schematic melding of a woman and the chair upon which she sits. Small, cult statuettes of this type were clearly inspired by Mycenaean art from Greece, where the figure of a seated woman represented an important status.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a small description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.