Taz  As the god of destruction, The Tasmanian Devil was depicted as the ruler of the chaos. Sandstorms in ancient Egypt was said to be the caused by Taz for being unhappy with the King.  Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 B.C.E.  Bronze  3 x 2.5 x 6 in.

Taz

As the god of destruction, The Tasmanian Devil was depicted as the ruler of the chaos. Sandstorms in ancient Egypt was said to be the caused by Taz for being unhappy with the King.

Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 B.C.E.

Bronze

3 x 2.5 x 6 in.

Bugs Bunny  This Statue is the depiction of Egypt’s most well known God. His presence throughout ancient Egyptian history is like no other god.  Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6, 2338-2298 B.C.E.  Bronze  2 x 3 x 7 in.

Bugs Bunny

This Statue is the depiction of Egypt’s most well known God. His presence throughout ancient Egyptian history is like no other god.

Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6, 2338-2298 B.C.E.

Bronze

2 x 3 x 7 in.

Catdog  This statue depicts conjoined brothers with different species, with one half of the resultant animal being a cat and the other a dog.  Late Period, Dynasty 26 to Dynasty 31, 664-332 B.C.E.  Bronze  3 x 5.5 x 5.5 in.

Catdog

This statue depicts conjoined brothers with different species, with one half of the resultant animal being a cat and the other a dog.

Late Period, Dynasty 26 to Dynasty 31, 664-332 B.C.E.

Bronze

3 x 5.5 x 5.5 in.

 
Tweety and Monster  Tweety Bird often depicted as a god, who had an alter ego without a name. This happened due to an accident, where Tweety fell into the Hyde Formula, which turned him in to a giant monster bird.  Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 B.C.E.  Bronze  5 x 5 x 2.5

Tweety and Monster

Tweety Bird often depicted as a god, who had an alter ego without a name. This happened due to an accident, where Tweety fell into the Hyde Formula, which turned him in to a giant monster bird.

Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 B.C.E.

Bronze

5 x 5 x 2.5

 
Jerry  Mice often represented by The God of Mischief, who was famous for his long fought battle against Tom.  Middle Period, Dynasty 20 to Dynasty 21, 1189-945 B.C.E.  Bronze  1.5 x 1 x 2.5 in.

Jerry

Mice often represented by The God of Mischief, who was famous for his long fought battle against Tom.

Middle Period, Dynasty 20 to Dynasty 21, 1189-945 B.C.E.

Bronze

1.5 x 1 x 2.5 in.


Tom  Arch Enemy of Jerry, Tom was established as a symbol of suffering, failure and determination.  Middle Period, Dynasty 20 to Dynasty 21, 1189-945 B.C.E.  Bronze  1.5 x 2 x 4.5 in.

Tom

Arch Enemy of Jerry, Tom was established as a symbol of suffering, failure and determination.

Middle Period, Dynasty 20 to Dynasty 21, 1189-945 B.C.E.

Bronze

1.5 x 2 x 4.5 in.

Anvil  Ancient Egyptian Gods required their anvil specifically made by the servants of A.C.M.E.  Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6, 2338-2298 B.C.E.  Bronze  2 x 1 x 1.5 in.

Anvil

Ancient Egyptian Gods required their anvil specifically made by the servants of A.C.M.E.

Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6, 2338-2298 B.C.E.

Bronze

2 x 1 x 1.5 in.