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RARE Naqada II 3500-3200 BCE,Egypt Period,Amratian & Gerzean Culture Awesome Jar

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Seller: 42colleen (2,227) 99.5%, Location: Albany, Oregon, Ships to: US, Item: 262390722926 Very RARE Payment due at auctions end, or if Best Offer was taken within 12 hours payment will be expected!Museum Quality!Egyptian, Clay Vessel Storage Jar, Predynastic Gerzean Peoples, Read more awesome info below!Naqada II 3500 - 3200 BCAlso noted by the Red Pigment paintAwesome condition, nice patina and some Red color still painted on the vessel along with the recorded & sealed number from the collection it was bought through back in the very early 1900's has the C marking. 1920's Estate Orthodox Catholic Monk, Collection, PDX, who traveled the world & loved Egypt and the culture! Ships Priority Mail with Ins based price listed. I do ship worldwide, with no issues! BUT E-Bays International Global S&H Program people are Really out to lunch, being nice saying it this way, They have broken my items shipped and harassing me shipping fossils to another country, like a simple fossil is a prohibited item to ship to another country, right So If you're from another Country I will ship myself with out Global Int S&H program, YOU MUST ASK WHAT S&H WILL COST YOU TO SHIP TO YOUR COUNTRY, PLEASE!! Info: From Wikipedia Excerpts and Definitions:The third stage of the Predynastic period is dated to around 3500 - 3200 BC and is labeled the Gerzean Period or Naqada II. The Amratian and Gerzean Cultures are vastly different from one another and one can see the growing influence of the peoples of the North on those of the South. Soon this would result in a truly mixed people and culture, that of the Late Predynastic or Naqada III. The greatest difference between the Amratian and the Gerzean peoples can be seen in their ceramics industries. While Amratian pottery did have some decorative aspects, its primary purpose was functional. Gerzean pottery on the other hand was developed along decorative lines. Gerzean pottery is adorned with organic inspired geometric motifs and highly realistic depictions of animals, people and the many other things that surrounded the Gerzean people. There are more than a few surprises in the motifs however. Unusual animals such as ostriches and ibexes give clues to a possibility that the Gerzeans hunted in the sub desert as such animals were not to be found near the Nile. We also find what are possibly the first representations of gods, almost always shown riding in boats and carrying standards that greatly resemble the later standards that would represent the various provinces of Egypt. It is possible too that these are simply some form of historical records but as they are almost always painted on votive artifacts buried with the dead the plausible explanation points to the sacred ...Pre Dynastic -- 5500-3100 BC -- Egypt Naqada II period, 3500-3400 BC Is and was Its final phase, Naqada III is coterminous with the so-called Protodynastic Period of Ancient Egypt (Early Bronze Age, The City, Naqada is a town on the west bank of the Nile in the Egyptian govern-orate of Qena. It was known in Ancient Egypt as Nbwt and in classical antiquity as Ombos /ˈɒmˌbɒs/. Its name derives from ancient Egyptian nbw, meaning gold, on account of the proximity of gold mines in the Eastern Desert.Naqada comprises some villages such as Tukh, Khatara, Danfiq and Zawayda. It stands near the site of a necropolis from the prehistoric, pre-dynastic period around 4400–3000 BC. Naqada has given its name to the widespread Naqada culture that existed at the time, here, and at other sites including el Badari, Gerzeh and Nekhen (Hierakonopolis). The large quantity of remains from Naqada have enabled the dating of the entire culture, throughout Egypt and environs.The town was the centre of the cult of Set, and large tombs were built there around c. 3500 BC.[1] Please ask any and all questions first before bidding! Whether read or not this auction has everything stated to the best of my knowledge and or all sales information regarding it. PLEASE Make Payment within 3 DAY's Time, if auction says payment right after auctions end, PLEASE do so, or if best offer was taken, make payment with in 12 hours, No returns on this item, please note this. If this is an issue PLEASE Just contact me, well work that out no worries, just get hold of me. I do combine S&H. Condition: Museum Quality! RARE Pre-Dynasty Naqada II 3500-3200 BCE,Egypt Period,Amratian & Gerzean Culture, Material: Terracota, Provenance: Pre 1920's Orthodox Catholic Monk,Collection, PDX

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