AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF ISIS AND HORUS
LATE PERIOD, CIRCA 664-332 B.C.
The seated goddess wearing tripartite wig surmounted by uraeus, vulture headdress and cow horns framing sun disc, clad in a tightly-fitted dress, holding Horus on her lap, the young god wearing the side lock of youth; and an Egyptian bronze figure of Osiris, standing, mummiform, wearing atef-crown surmounted by uraeus, with long beard, holding a was-sceptre, both mounted
6½ in. (16 cm.) and 5 3/8 in. (13.6 cm.) high incl. tenon respectively (2)