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Ashdoda Pottery Chair Replica from 12th Century BCE

Product ID: CLF-IM-36477
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Ashdoda Pottery Chair Replica from 12th Century BCE

Material Terracotta
Dimensions 11x18cm
Estimated processing time: 3-5 Business Days.
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Ashdoda Pottery Chair Replica from 12th Century BCE

This pottery Ashdoda figurine is a small chair that is brightly decorated with geometric patterns and has four small legs on the bottom.

This pottery Ashdoda figurine has been modeled after a small chair and features a geometric pattern that includes blue and red triangles as well as other decorations in bright colors. The top of the chair has a post sticking out of it that has been painted red and brown and the top is modeled after a face. This figurine was inspired by Mycenaean art from Greece and has been identified as a “mother goddess” chair that was a type of ancient cult art. The design for this figurine comes from the first Israelite Period in the 12th Century BCE. This item is a great housewarming gift idea!



This replica comes with a certificate from the Israel Museum as well as a small pamphlet with background information in Hebrew and English.

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