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A very beautiful and sensuous gilt bronze and hand carved ivory figurine of the infamous seductive dancer from ancient history in revealing dress modelled in dancing pose. Raised on a rouge griotte marble base and signed F Preiss

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Gilt Bronze, Ivory and Marble

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Ferdinand Preiss by Alberto Shayo


Salome, (flourished 1st century ad) according to the Jewish historian Josephus, the daughter of Herodias and stepdaughter of Herod Antipas, tetrarch (ruler appointed by Rome) of Galilee, a region in Palestine. In Biblical literature she is remembered as the immediate agent in the execution of John the Baptist. Josephus states that she was twice married, first to the tetrarch Philip (a half brother of her father, Herod, and a son of Herod I the Great) and then to Aristobulus (son of Herod of Chalcis). She is not to be confused with Salome, sister of Herod I the Great.

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