AN EGYPTO-PHOENICIAN GRANITE FIGURE OF BES
circa 6th-5th century b.c.
The bandy-legged deity with leonine features, standing with his hands fisted on either side of his rounded belly, his long tail falling straight down at back, atop his head a rectangular "mortar board" with a mortise for insertion of separately-made attributes
5.1/8 in. (13 in.) high