|WESTERN ASIATIC COPPER FIGURINE OF A KNEELING SACRIFICIUM
He wears a long loincloth and holds in front of him an animal. The clothes are regularly marked with small incisions. The face has a large nose, oval eyes and a thick mouth. He wears a long, triangular, engraved beard of streaks to point out wisps.
The left foot and animal head are restored.
Kerman, late 3rd Millennium BC
H. 4 1/2 in. (10.8 cm.)
Ex F. Laux collection, Paris, acquired before 1960.