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This bronze figure of Isis and Horus is from from North Saqqara, Egypt from the Late Period, after 600 BC. Family groups of deities became very popular in the Late Period (661-332 BC), and were placed in temples by wealthy individuals. The most important group of deities was the triad (a group of three persons) of Osiris, his wife Isis, and their son Horus. They represented the king of the dead, the divine mother, and the living king respectively, together they were the perfect family.

This bronze figure of Isis and Horus is from from North Saqqara, Egypt from the Late Period, after 600 BC. Family groups of deities became very popular in the Late Period (661-332 BC), and were placed in temples by wealthy individuals. The most important group of deities was the triad (a group of three persons) of Osiris, his wife Isis, and their son Horus. They represented the king of the dead, the divine mother, and the living king respectively, together they were the perfect family.

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

JAPAN    Gigaku old mask depicting a deity fierce retort, and tending to animal traits. Open mouth reveals the teeth and the lower jaw is articulated. Note the natural veins of the wood coming pleated enhance the facial skin. Mishaps, leftover pigments. Wood h.: 42 cm

Japon Ancien masque de Gigaku figurant une divinité farouche, cornue, et - Société de ventes aux enchères Paris Drouot - Auction House for fine art and antiques

Dance Mask Bhairava, Mongolia; 20th century? Papier-mâché. Rubin Museum of Art C2006.52.10 (HAR 65716).

Dance Mask Bhairava, Mongolia; 20th century? Papier-mâché. Rubin Museum of Art C2006.52.10 (HAR 65716).

Gilded wooden figurine of a deer from the Pazyryk burials, 5th century BC...(The bearers of the Pazyryk culture were horse-riding nomads of the steppe)

Gilded wooden figurine of a deer from the Pazyryk burials, 5th century BC...(The bearers of the Pazyryk culture were horse-riding nomads of the steppe)

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