AN EGYPTIAN GRAYWACKE FIGURE OF HORUS
Late Period, Dynasty XXVI-XXX, 664-343 B.C.
Depicting the falcon-headed god striding forward on integral base with the left foot advanced, wearing a kilt, a festive wig and a uraeus-fronted double crown, the eyes formerly inlaid, pierced fists originally holding a lance directed at paired crocodiles under foot
6 in. (15.2 cm) high