Egyptian Faience Eye Of Horus Amulet
C. 713-332 BC – Late period
Meaning: Horus son of Osiris; Egyptian deity worshipped as a sky god
Uzat eyes are probably a pair; right and left which represent the two eyes of Horus; and were also compared to the sun and moon. One of the earliest amulets
Light earthy surface deposits; complete with suspension loop and intact.
Ref: Amulets by W. M. Flinders Petrie. Similar examples to Plate XXV
Ex English Collection 1948-1950
No Longer Available