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Ancient Egyptian Sitting Scribe (Late Period)

Sold on eBay by seller "C"
Ended: Nov-07-05

On auction is an Egyptian Hard Stone Sitting Scribe, Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 30. It is a very attractive, rare and very hard piece to find. We acquired this item many weeks ago from a private collection and we're told that this item was found in Lower Egypt. Another item like this one may not be found again! This is a one of a kind item!. Our ancient Egyptian antiquities are purchased from dealers who have worked in this field since 1978. (they are making deals with a lot of Men who works in Excavation sites in the land of Pharaohs), We routinely purchase from these dealers. They always have genuine, high quality and remarkable antiquities that we in turn, offer to you.We have got all information from our trusted antique dealers, and the timeline set on our items is to be used as a guideline for the above period listed.

 

 

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Ancient Egyptian "Seated Scribe " (715-332 B.C.E.)

Sold on eBay by seller "A"
Winning bid: US $286.00
Ended: Oct-14-05

The above listed item is from the Late Period,(715-332 B.C.E.). This lovely "Seated Scribe" is carved from stone composite. We acquired this lovely piece from a select private collection and its provenance is from Alexandria, Egypt. He is depicted in a simple wig and kilt, his legs crossed with an open scroll in his lap. The open scroll has very visible hieroglyphics. The piece is intact, with original base missing and age wear. The reason for the item being available is due to the vast extent of archeological findings, thousands of years in Egyptian burials and also the proliferation of these said items in older private collections worldwide.

 

 

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Ancient Egyptian "Seated Scribe" Late Period, (715-332 B.C

Sold on eBay by seller "A"
Winning bid: US $199.49
Ended: Nov-05-05

The above listed item is from the Late Period,(715-332 B.C.E.). This lovely "Seated Scribe" is carved from stone composite. We acquired this lovely piece from a select private collection and its provenance is from Alexandria, Egypt. He is depicted in a simple wig and kilt, his legs crossed with an open scroll in his lap. The open scroll has very visible hieroglyphics. The piece is intact, with original base missing and age wear. The reason for the item being available is due to the vast extent of archeological findings, thousands of years in Egyptian burials and also the proliferation of these said items in older private collections worldwide.

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