Re: [Ancientartifacts] Re: Bronze idol

Dear Ramon,
Sorry for the delay in answering.Thank you must be a glitch in my email server.
Best Regards,
On Jun 14, 2008, at 4:46 AM, Ramon Jr wrote:

Hi David. The end of your message ws not cut off. Read 43277.
".... class called peg shaped. The "peg" shape is well known in the 
Near East and I am afraid has nothing to do with cosmetic 
applicator's which also exist in the area from various periods 
although I can see how you might make the association if you are 
unfamiliar with the type. For a male example in the Louvre which is 
quite close in shape to Andrea's see the reference above Fig. 68 
Best Regards,
David A.J. Liebert" 
Ramon Saenz de Heredia 
I read messages on the web.No individual e-
In, David Liebert <dliebert@...> 
> Tim,
> Why was the end of my message cut off I can not believe there was 
> anything offensive in it just some book references relevant to the 
> topic, are you censoring simple academic discussion now?,and why 
> I receive a weird email regarding a "challenge response" which 
> to me like some sort of Phishing scam. Please know if this came 
> you I do not risk responding to emails of this nature. You had 
> check as someone might have hijacked the list for their own purpose.
> Regards,
> David
> On Jun 13, 2008, at 6:25 PM, David Liebert wrote:
> > Dear Jason ,
> >
> > With all do respect to you and Robert who I know to be expert in 
> > many areas, female bronze figures dating to the Bronze age 
> > particularly in the Levant are published in the archaeological 
> > Literature and represented in Many Museums. Although often 
> > Astarte figures it is not always clear which female deity is 
> > represented, and sometimes because they are highly stylized it 
> > unclear wether they are in fact male or female. They are also 
> > as consort figures as they are frequently associated with the 
> > figures of similar type. For some more elaborate flat cast 
> > with similar facial features particularly the prominent Nose see 
> > Negbi Canaanite Gods in Metal Plates 57-59
> > This particular figure falls into the class called peg shaped. 
> > "peg" shape is well known in the Near East and I am afraid has 
> > nothing to do with cosmetic applicator's which also exist in the 
> > area from various periods although I
> >


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