If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. You bid on a beautiful, extremely rare. By the son of horus, duamutet. In earthenware with turquoise glaze.727 - 332 before cc chr. 4.1 cm and width 1.7 cm. Very well preserved - nice watermark treatment. It is an amulet pendant of the son of the Egyptian principal god.
The statue is in faience with turquoise icing and a superb patina. The statue is magnificent craft made. And is in a wonderful state, similar to that of a museum. The four sons of horus (also children of horus or canopic gods) amset, hapi, duamutef and kebechsenouf are the children of the god "horus the ancient" (haroeris) and the goddess isis. They are mainly protective gods of canopy pots and come from buto.
For this reason, the term "the four geniuses" (guardian spirit) is sometimes used. As star gods, they are assigned to the four cardinal points, and thus their names can be found at the four corners of the coffins, for example, during the middle empire. Legacy collection, private collection acquired before 1960. The object was part of a private collection. All the items we offer come from an old private collection.The acquisition and export of artifacts were not subject to any legal regulation at the time. This also applies to the discoveries of German federal states - where the sale is still legal today. Possession is therefore legal - all legal provisions are respected. Origin: from the old German collection slegs, private collection acquired before 1960 the acquisition and export of artifacts were not subject to any legal regulations at the time. This also applies to the discoveries of the German states fe. This item is in the category "Antique coins\articles\Romanes\imperiales". The seller is "steinzeitsammler" and is located in this country: de. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.