Lot 0064

Hellenistic Carved Head of a Bird of Prey

Asia Minor, 4th-3rd century BC. An outstanding head of a large bird of prey, expertly carved in the round from a piece of chert, once being part of a monumental finial or larger-than-life size statue of an eagle; the upper part of the beak is decorated by two volutes, a shell-pattern decoration on the forehead of the eagle. See Humann, C... more

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