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Egyptian faience amulet representing the head of Bes from the 3rd Intermediary Period. Complete and in good condition despite few chips on the crown, the mask and the ears.
10th century B.C., 8th century B.C.
Dim : 2.5 x 2.0 cm
Complete and in good condition despite few chips on the crown, the mask and the ears.
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