Syrian

The art of ancient Syria stands among the oldest made in the Near East, dating from the 7th millennium B.C. Throughout antiquity Syria was ruled by numerous kingdoms including those of the Canaanites, Phoenicians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Hittites, and later the Persians, Greeks and Romans. Each civilization contributed its unique culture and artistic style, thus making the art of ancient Syria one of the most diverse of the region. Known for the examples of the earliest writing, ancient Syria also produced a variety of art objects, including cylinder seals, seal rings, gold jewelry, ivory carvings, and bronze or clay statuettes, vessels, and lamps. By the Roman period, the capital city of Antioch was among the largest cities in the empire, a major trading center, and noted for its rich decorative arts, sculpture of bronze and marble, and magnificent floor mosaics.
Assyrian Agate Necklace with V shaped pendant
$3,750.00
Near Eastern Terracotta Snake
$11,000.00
Neolithic "Ring Idol"
$8,000.00
Neolithic "Ring Idol"
$14,000.00
Neolithic Stone Female "Idol"
Item Sold
Neolithic Triangular "Idol"
$6,200.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2005- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2006- No 2 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2007- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2008- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2009- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2010- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art 2011- No 1 Catalogue
$20.00
Phoenix Ancient Art's Exotics of the Classical World
$35.00
Sassanian Pinched Glass Flask
$14,000.00
Steatite Vessel decorated with a Lion Head
$4,500.00
Syrian Architectural Vase
$6,200.00
Syrian Pilgrim Flask
$5,000.00
Syrian Ribbed Bowl With Animal Handle
$6,000.00
Syrian Terracotta Seated Female Statuette
$23,500.00