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Art and antiquities of Ancient Egypt

Since ancient times, the Egyptian culture inspired the Occident. Be it through the mighty pyramids, mysterious hieroglyphs, or the proto-monotheism introduced by Akhenaten in Amarna. It goes without saying that Egyptian antiquities are a particular focus area in our online shop. From the famous Egyptian Naqada culture pottery, over sarcophagus masks, to jewellery, faience amulets and scarabs from the Late Period and Ptolomeic Egypt, Alte Roemer Galllery offers you a broad selection of authentic Egyptian antiquities. We would be pleased to work with you on your personal collection and assist choosing special pieces you would like to add. Please do not hesitate to contact us any time via email or using our contact form. Correspondence is welcome in English, German, Italian, French, Russian or Japanese.

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  1. Roman marble Isis statue - ex Christie's New York
    Roman marble Isis statue - ex Christie's New York

    The surface is excellently preserved. The knot above the breast clearly identifies the statue as Isis. Acquired in 1975 at Galerie Carrefour, Pierre Vérité, Paris. Coming with an Art Loss certificate.

  2. Buy Egyptian mummy cartonnage
    Egyptian mummy cartonnage

    Central piece of a mummy cartonnage from the ptolemaic period. Covered with polychrome paint giving an interesting insight into ancient Egyptian funerary rituals. Probably originating from Akhmim in Upper Egypt.

  3. Egyptian Alabaster Shabti
    Large Egyptian Shabti made of Alabaster

    Stunning funerary statuette from the 19th dynasty of Ancient Egypt. Marvelous provenance and publications in numerous catalogues.

  4. Ägyptischen Skarabäus mit Lebensschleife kaufen
    Egyptian tomb relief from Memphis

    The flat relief shows an offering scene and above a hieroglyphic text describing the deceased Ptah-nefer, the priest and the offerings. A translation has been made by the renowned Egyptologist professor Kurth. The work of art dates to the 26th dynasty. It is adopting the style of the Old Kingdom.


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