* An Egyptian Faience Amulet of Anubis, Late Period, ca. 664 - 332 BCE


$475 USD

Of green-glazed faience depicting the god Anubis striding forward on a rectangular plinth, left foot forward, arms straight at his side. He wears a typical formal headdress and has the elongated jaw-line of a jackal with the body of a human, pierced through the center-back for attachment.

Dimensions: Height: 1 1/16 inch (2.7 cm)

Condition: With loss to the base and wear to the surface.

Provenance: Private Virginia collection. Ex. Charles Ede, acquired in 1984.