Carved black limestone Thoth, the Ibis-headed scribe of the Gods, patron of scribes and scholars, God of literature, science, measurements, wisdom and magic, inventor of writing, standing on double base. Dirt patina. Ptolemaic.
305 - 30 BC
2" x 1 1/4" x 5"
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