History Egyptian Ptah-Sokar-Osiris statue hieroglyph Sculptural www.Neo-Mfg.com 10"
Size: 10" Tall
This impressive figure represents the syncretistic god Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, god of resurrection, which was made for inclusion in the burial of Hor, son of Djedher.
The figure is 89.5 cm high and comprises the mummiform figure of the god, standing on a plinth, set into a solid base by means of a mortice and tenon joint.
It wears the šwty headdress, also held in place by a similar joint, on a large wig, an elaborate collar with falcon head and sun’s disc terminals, and a shrine-shaped pectoral which contains representations of Osiris, Anubis, Isis and Nephthys.
The figure itself has been made in two halves which are joined by means of small dowls; it is hollow, as in the form of an anthropoid sarcophagus, and it is empty.
A low back-pillar is attached to the base of the wig and the plinth. There is a single column of inscription on the front and a double column on the back pillar.
Last photo is the original in the Museum
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