Description & Technical information
Period: 4th- 3rd Century B.C
Origin: South Arabia
Provenance: From Haid Bin Aqil, necropolis of Timna, capital of South Arabian Kingdom Qataban.
Private UK Collection, acquired in the early 1960’s (accompanied by export license dated 4th May 1962 from the Colony of Aden in the name of Major M.D Van Lessen, signed and translated by Donald Brian Doe, director of Antiquities, Aden).
London Art Market, 2011.
Categories: Classical & Egyptian antiquities, Sculpture
Discover the gallery
Specializing in Classical, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Islamic and Indian Works of art.
More Works From This Gallery
Fragment of the “Standard Inscription” of Ashurnasirpal II
Pre-Dynastic Female Idol
Statue of the abduction of Ganymede by Zeus
Figure of Onuris
Set of Bronze Tools