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EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA HARPOKRATES RIDING HORSE Ex Jequier

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Seller: www-galleriadelvecchio-com (135) 100%, Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 180427780339 Click HERE for our other AUCTIONS EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA FIGURE -Gustave Jequier (1868-1946) Click on the thumbnails to view enlargements An EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA FIGURE ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. We are pleased to offer this terracotta depicting a Harpokrates riding a horse, the god wearing a short tunic and a pschent-crown, his right index finger raised to his lip. Measures 6.5 inches long. Provenance: Collected by Gustave Jéquier (1868-1946) Exhibited at Christies Auction House, USA, 2007 Ex. Canadian Collection, 2009 Authentication: Gayle Gibson of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Galleria Delvecchio .… “is pleased to present a collection of Egyptian antiquities assembled by the celebrated Swiss Egyptologist Gustave Jéquier. Jéquier was born in 1868 in Neuchatel. He first studied in Paris under Gaston Maspero (1846-1916) and later went to Berlin before joining the de Morgan expedition to Persia, during which time he contributed to the discovery and decipherment of the code of Hammurabi. Gustave Jéquier was a giant in the field of Egyptology whose contributions are far too numerous to list here. He is best know for his association with the French Institute in Cario which enabled him to engage in seminal research at the pyramid site of the Old Kingdom. He also completed the work begun at Abydos by his Swiss compatriot, [Henri] Eduard Naville (1844-1926). The two are considered to be Switzerland’s most preeminent Egyptologists. One of Jéquier’s most important discoveries was the 13th Dynasty pyramid of Khendjer. He wrote extensively on his history of Egyptian architecture, and published on philology and religion as well. Gustave Jéquier died in 1946 in the city in which he was born, and most of his collection was acquired by the University of Basel. The works of art presented here were given to a sibling who emigrated to the US in the late 1940’s; the collection later passed to their daughter, Jéquier’s niece.” Custom listed using TROCADERO's automated HTML and Picture Hosting tools.

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