A small Egyptian faience amulet of a deity, after 600 B.C.

A small Egyptian faience amulet of a deity, after 600 B.C.

Code: 2443

£45.00
 

 

Description: A small green-blue faience amulet of an indeterminate standing deity, possibly wearing the solar disc and horns, the amulet of degenerate type. The back pillar pierced behind the head for suspension, some chips around the suspension hole, the chest, back pillar and on one side of the base, otherwise condition good.

Size: 18 mm/0.7 ins. high

Culture: Egyptian

Date: Late Period, after 600 B.C.

Provenance: Ex Francis Birch Collection, Lincoln.