From this same period, there is the missing lower portion of an enamelled steatite statuette of Queen Tiye that Roger Khawam sold to the Louvre in 1962.
Pharaoh HOREMEB and Queen TIY , Louvre Museum
And a limestone pyramidion with four sides decorated and inscribed, sold in the early 2000s to the Egyptian Museum of Qatar.
From the third intermediate period, we recall this great thirty-two centimeter tall bronze statue incrusted with silver, in the name of the priest Khonsumeh, acquired in the 1930s by the Egyptian Museum of Berlin, currently the Neues Museum.
From the Middle Kingdom, one can visit the Staatlichen Museums Agyptischer Kunst de Munich to see the restored statue in blue-grey granite, in the name of SESCHEN-SA-HATHOR, a physician under Sesostris II, the fully inscribed base of which was found and added by Roger Khawam at the beginning of the early 2000s. (see link: www.aegyptisches-museum-muenchen.de
Middle Kingdom – Munich
gold set, Egypt Hellenistic period, 4th-3rd (+/-400 and 300 years BC).
head ornament, 12 gold cypraea shells necklace , belt, arm and forearm bracelets, 2 carnelian intaglio rings, 1 cherub earring,
origin Khawam collection 60’s
private US collection 80’s
From the Greek, Roman, Coptic, and Arabic periods, the KHAWAM BROTHERS collections have come to complete and enrich the very lovely collections of the Greatest Museums in the World with jewellery, statues and statuettes in bronze, silver, marble, or ornamental stones, antique coins.
Art Hellénistique Tête d’Arsinoé 2 marbre Hauteur 40 cm
Horse Greek bronze, 4th Century Height 20cm
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The European women, Fayoum portrait, coptic Art, Antinoe Provenance, 1951, Musée du Louvre
AN EGYPTIAN DIORITE HEAD OF AN OFFICIAL – LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXX, 380-343 B.C. – 812 in. (21.5 cm.) high
Pièce OR – Basse Égypte
Trouvé en 1910 par Joseph KHAWAM
Provenance de DAMANHOUR ville de basse Egypte
Unusual Oudjat two sides amulet
biface , blue faience decorated face A , 11 scarabs
face B, 12 scarabs
+/- 5cm width
Ptolemaic period +/-300 BC. JC