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Egypt – Ptolemaic Period, 3rd century BC
Light blue faience with black details
The striding ibis-headed god Thoth is wearing a short kilt and the Atef-crown upon the tripartite wig. His feet are set on an integral rectangular base. He is holding a Wedjat-eye in his raised hands below his beak.
The suspension loop is placed on his head behind the crown
Provenance: Former German private collection 1965
The seller guarantees authenticity and that he acquired this object in a legal manner and is authorised to sell it. An Art Loss Register certificate will be provided
Condition: Perfect condition, Custom made base
References: Amulets of Ancient Egypt, Carol Andrews, BM London 1994
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Paris (), France.
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