SIIAS @ CSI Artifacts - EGYPTIAN/NEAR EAST

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1. Two statuettes of ISIS with HORUS. Terracotta, 3 5/8 in. (A3285.3) and bronze, 5 in. (Ax54.111.11) both Late Period.

2. MACE HEAD showing HORUS in the form of a hawk. Bronze, 5 1/4 in., (A56.73.1) c. 663-535 BCE.

3. Three statuettes of OSIRIS. Bronze, 5 1/4 in. (A449.2); 8 1/4 in. (Ax2005.2); 3 1/2 in. (Ax2005.3) Late Period.

4. Head of SACRED IBIS BIRD (THOTH). Bronze (A56.80.1) XXVI Dynasty.

5-6. Three SCARABS (Beetle-shaped amulets) faience, A58.68.4; A70.7.20; A70.7.10). Late Period.

7. Hand of a MUMMY. Embalmed human tissue and linen, 7 1/2 in. (L78.21) Late Period.

8. Canopic jar lid representing IMSETY, one of the four GENII of the DEAD. Wood, painted, 6 3/4 in. (A58.3.2) Late Period.

9. SHAWABTY figurine. Terracotta with traces of gesso and polychromy, 4 3/4 in. (A70.70.7.28) Late Period.

10. Four SHAWABTY figurines, some with hieroglyphics. Faience, wood, and terracotta, some with traces polychromy, 4-7 in. Late Period.

11. SHAWABTY figurine with hieroglyphics. Blue faience, 4 3/4 in. (A70.70.26) XXI Dyn.

12. Kneeling figurine of a MAN, perhaps an Oarsman from a Model Ship. Wood with polychromy, 4 1/4 in. (58.5) Middle Kingdom.

13-15. Funerary statue of a MAN. Wood and polychromy (A58.3.1) XII Dynasty.

16-17. NECKLACE of beads and amulets. Modern stringing, faience (A70.70.29)

18. Mesopotamian Cuneiform TABLET, with 5-6 lines of script. Terracotta (inv. 84)



Photographs by Peter Finger or Linda Roccos
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