An Egyptian bronze-gilt syncretic deity
Lot 29
An Egyptian bronze-gilt syncretic deity
Sold for £1,800 (US$ 3,025) inc. premium
Lot Details
An Egyptian bronze-gilt syncretic deity
Ptolemaic Period, circa 304-30 B.C.
Composed of a bull's head with sun disc and uraeus, facing outwards, a loop for suspension behind and a jackal-headed deity, facing the opposite direction, wearing a uraeus with debased atef crown, the arms stretching forward, each holding a serpent, a crocodile flanking each side of the jackal-god, 30mm

Footnotes

  • Provenance:
    With Peter Sharrer, New York, 1970s.
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