Egyptian Bronze large figure of Isis and Horus, Late Period, 747-525 B.C.

The goddess shown seated suckling the infant Horus, wearing the lunar disc with horns, the tripartite wig with finely incised details, the close fitting dress ornamented with a broad collar, the naked child-deity represented with characteristic plaited side lock of youth and broad incised collar, seated on his mother's lap, her long slender feet resting on a rectangular plinth with hieroglyphic inscription naming the owner as Pa-wedja son of Iah-ir-dis.


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