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Egyptian Bronze Nude Male Figure w/ Animal

Egypt, Third Intermediate to Late Dynastic Period, 22nd to 31st Dynasty, ca. 900 to 332 BCE. A cast-bronze standing male figure with his left leg extended. His nude figure boasts slender hips and genitalia beneath a rounded abdomen, and he carries a small animal - perhaps a goat, gazelle, ibex, or another, smaller ungulate - across his shoulders while grasping the front legs in his right hand and the back legs in his left. His face is defined by incised almond-shaped eyes, a petite nose, full lips drawn into a slight smile, and cupped ears, all beneath a bald, rounded pate. Drilled vertically through right leg for display. Custom lucite display stand included. Size: 1.375" W x 3.7" H (3.5 cm x 9.4 cm); 5" H (12.7 cm) on included custom stand.

Condition: Losses to right foot and left leg from knee down. Minor nicks to legs, body, animal, and head, with softening to some finer details, and minor abrasions. Light earthen deposits and great green and brown patina throughout.

Provenance: private Southern California, USA collection, acquired in the 1970s to mid-1980s

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