25 October 2006
AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF OSIRIS
CIRCA 6TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.
The standing mummiform god wearing atef-crown with uraeus and plaited false beard, with incised details of broad collar and menat at back, carrying flail and crook, on integral base, mounted
6¼ in. (16 cm.) high
Formerly in the collection of Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts.
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Old ink inscribed collection label on base reading "Williams College, Williamstown, Mass."
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