Schoske & Wildung, 1985, p. 144, no. 124.
Schoske & Wildung, 1993, p. 180, no. 119.
Grimm-Stadelmann, 2012, p. 154, no. R-450.
Representations of pantheistic deities became very popular starting from the Ptolemaic Period. Combining different divine aspects, their magical function provided protection and support to the owner. For a similar pantheistic deity of Amun-Re see acc. no. 54.2083 in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.