5 - 6 December 2001
AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE OXYRYNCHUS FISH
Late Period to Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 B.C.
On an integral plinth in the form of a sledge, the gills, fins and tail incised, wearing a solar disk fronted by a uraeus framed by cow's horns, a suspension loop behind, the eyes originally inlaid, a row of hieroglyphic text on the bottom of the sledge inscribed for its owner named Pa-di-wesir
5 in. (12.7 cm) long
Galerie Samarcande, Paris
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