Bronce Carriazo

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Bronze Carriazo

Cast bronze.

Height, 9.5 cm wide, 9.3 cm

625-575 BC

This relief plaque, gold in origin, representing the goddess of fertility carrying two lotus flowers sketched. Astarte protomer is between two birds of central European influence. Other details are in the Egyptian culture, such as hairstyle, holding lotus flowers in both hands or necklace of flowers and lotus buds and papyrus. This confluence of cultural contributions of the eastern Mediterranean with the arrival of Central is common in craft products for the elite of society Tartessian. In this case, is interpreted as a sumptuous mouthful of horse, plate-shaped set, cast in one piece.

 

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