11 June 2003
THE PROPERTY OF A NEW YORK COLLECTOR
TWO EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURES
Late Period to Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 B.C.
Including a bandy-legged jackal-headed pantheistic deity, depicted nude, holding a crook and flail, standing on an integral plinth, a serpent with a head at each end resting on top, the deity's back supported by a falcon's tail, with a falcon's head surmounted by two uraei, a solar disk and two tall plumes; and a nude figure of Harpokrates, standing on an integral plinth, his left leg advanced, wearing the side-lock of youth and a Double Crown, holding a now-missing attribute in his fisted left hand, his right hand originally raised to his lips
7 in. (17.8 cm) high for the Harpokrates (2)
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