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M11718 140 mm x 33 mm x 57 mm Copper alloy statuette of Horus the Child (also known as Harpocrates) represented walking wearing a crown with uraeus. On one side of the hand is a loop to which was attached a side-lock, denoting his youth. Eyes are inlaid with gold. His right forefinger is held up to his mouth. The feet rest on a rectangular pedestal inscribed in hieroglyphs petitioning Horus the Child to grant life to Djed-ankh-ptah, son of Hor. Described by Professor Percy Newberry as being of a “very fine technique” and dating to Saite Period. Find out more http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/collections/antiquities/ancient-egypt/item-295774.aspx Copper alloy statuette of Horus the Child (also known as Harpocrates) represented as a nude boy walking and wearing a crown. His right forefinger is raised to his mouth, a child-like gesture used as a hieroglyphic determinative to write the word, Srj, ‘child’. On one side of the crown is a loop to which was attached a side-lock, another symbol denoting his youth. Both eyes are inlaid with gold. The feet rest on a rectangular pedestal inscribed in hieroglyphs petitioning Horus the Child to grant life to Djed-ankh-ptah, son of Hor. Described by Professor Percy Newberry c. 1910 as being of a “very fine technique” and dating to Saite Period.
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Statue (statue, statuette, figurine, bust, statue fragment)
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Bronze
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Ptolemaic, 2nd Intermediate Period
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World Museum, Liverpool, UK
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