Description & Technical information
Period: 4th- 5th Century A.D
Provenance: Discovered May 2020 by Mark Didlick and James Spark, near Ampleforth in Ryedale, North Yorkshire.
Sold at : 2 day Historica, Coins and Antiquities, Hansons, 20th May 2020, Lot 14
Portable Antiquities Scheme No. YORYM-870B0E
ARL: S00212738, With IADAA Certificate, this item has been checked against the Interpol database
Exhibitions: Frieze Masters, London, October 2021
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
Ushabti of 'Kenj'
Neolithic Sesklo Idol
Ushabti of Prince Khaemwaset
Large Iridescent Ammonite
Head of a Bearded God