Green soapstone Anubis, a jackal-headed God who presided over mummification and accompanied the dead to the hereafter, standing on a base. Late Kingdom.
715 - 332 BC
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Dogon Tribe Statue
Bronze nude elderly figure, the left hand to the face, the right holding the left, phallus visible, scarification to the body, protruding button like eyes and lips, wearing a cap. Earthen patina.
Carved light green limestone inlay of jackal-headed Anubis, the patron God of embalming who presided over mummification and accompanied the dead to the hereafter. Hole on the bottom. Ptolemaic.
Hollow bronze seated cat statue with traces of green patina. The earliest Egyptian depiction of the cat took the form of three hieroglyph symbols, each representing seated cats. These formed part of the phrase 'Lord of the City of Catsí inscribed on a stone block from El-Lisht that may date as early as the reign of Pepy II, 2278-2184 BC. The Egyptian word for cat was the onomatopoeic term miw. A rare piece. 26th Dynasty.
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