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Boeotian idol
Boeotian idol - Ancient Art Style
Ref : 92958
6 800 €
Period :
BC to 10th century
Provenance :
Greek art
Medium :
Terracotta
Dimensions :
L. 3.54 inch X H. 7.95 inch
Ancient Art  - Boeotian idol
Galerie David Ghezelbash

Ancien Art & Antiquities


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Boeotian idol

This idol, shown seated with arms outstretched and slightly bent forward, is decorated throughout with geometric
patterns painted in dark red. The face is represented by a simple pinch of the clay evoking the nose and giving the
impression of a bird’s profile. She also wears a volute headdress (polo) made up of three long sides falling on the
shoulders and on the back. This is a characteristic production of Boeotia, a Greek region located in the north of
Attica which most often accompanied the deceased.

Greek art, Archaic period, circa 6th century BC

Galerie David Ghezelbash

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Ancient Art