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EGYPTIAN FAIENCE AMULET OF IBIS HEAD GOD THOTH

C. 713-332 BC - Late Period
Blue glazed amulet of ibis headed god Thoth; one of the most important gods; with incised detail and wearing an Egyptian kilt with hands by his sides
Name: Tehuti (Djeheuty; Thoth)
Animal: Often portrayed with the head of an ibis or baboon
Mythology: Thoth; a moon deity and god of wisdom; inventor of writing and scribal procedures
Intact with good detail and colour.
Ref: Amulets by W. M. Flinders Petrie. Plate XXXVI
47mm height

  • Item no: L308
  • 1 Units in Stock

£375.00




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