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An Assemblage of Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlays with Trefoil Garland Patterns and a Festoon

design-is-fine: “ Mosaic glass and decorative plaques, century B. The majority of the decorative panel motifs were widely used as decoration in Greek architecture, or in the wall paintings and stucco of the Roman period. Via Miho Museum.

Mosaic glass, 1st century B.C.E./C.E.  These rectangular decorative plaques show images of eye, depicted in purple, white, red, yellow, blue, green and cobalt glass on grounds of turquoise, blue and black glass. The wedjat means "cured" and is the sacred left eye of the god of the heavens Horus. His left eye symbolized the moon while his right eye the sun. Horus is shown with a falcon's head, and this eye form, a human eye and a falcon's face were often combined as motifs. Horus's left eye…

Mosaic glass, 1st century B.C.E./C.E. These rectangular decorative plaques show images of eye, depicted in purple, white, red, yellow, blue, green and cobalt glass on grounds of turquoise, blue and black glass. The wedjat means "cured" and is the sacred left eye of the god of the heavens Horus. His left eye symbolized the moon while his right eye the sun. Horus is shown with a falcon's head, and this eye form, a human eye and a falcon's face were often combined as motifs. Horus's left eye…

Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlay Depicting a Wagtail | par Ancient Art

Graphic Design Theory - Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlay Depicting an Eagle, a Wagtail and a Falcon, century BCE.

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Egyptian floral strips, was sold by Bonhams, London, on Wednesday, October

PTOLEMAIC-ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

An Egyptian (Ptolemaic-Roman Period) Mosaic Glass Unification Bar Together with Three Inlays

AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS MAENAD HEAD INLAY

An Exceptional Egyptian (Ptolemaic) Mosaic Glass Inlay: Maenad Head New Comedy Theatrical Mask

Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Decorative Plaques with Vegetation Motifs | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Decorative Plaques with Vegetation Motifs by Ancient Art.

Mosaic glass inlays: Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial - 1st century BCE–1st century CE, Roman, probably Egyptian

Mosaic glass inlays: Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial - century century CE, Roman, probably Egyptian.

An Egyptian mosaic glass inlay of a bird

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectables and motor cars

Terracotta lantern,imperial period,ca 2nd century AD,Roman-Egyptian culture

Terracotta lantern,imperial period,ca century AD,Roman-Egyptian culture

Square fragment of polychrome glass inlay: opaque yellow and white on blue ground, with a modern glass backing.  Width: 2.54 centimetres Greek & Roman Antiquities - 1878,1230.191 (Source: The British Museum)

Square fragment of polychrome glass inlay: opaque yellow and white on blue ground, with a modern glass backing. Width: centimetres Greek & Roman Antiquities - (Source: The British Museum)

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