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Egyptian faience Amulet representing Isis Lactans from the 7th-1st century B.C. Complete and in good condition even if Horus’ head and the left hand of the goddess are lost.
1st century B.C., 7th century B.C.
H : 9.9 cm
Complete and in good condition even if Horus' head and the left hand of the goddess are lost.
This Statuette of a Wild Sheep or a Ram was carved from a thin stone pebble, which is still partially translucent, despite the current dark and worn appearance of the surface.
Made of faience and probably molded, this amulet represents a frog in stylized forms. The arched body has no indication of forelegs, while the hind legs are folded in a W-shape along the body, as if the animal was ready to spring.
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