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Dark glazed steatite Figure, inscribed with a seated figure of Horus, and [HIEROGLYPHS], "Lord of th (cont.)
Ȧmen-Rā, human-headed, wearing part of the Ṭesher or red crown of the lower country, surmounted by t (cont.)
Ȧmen-Rā, in the attitude of walking, left leg advanced, wearing the tall plumes, tunic round the loi (cont.)
Ȧmen-Rā, similar figure [HP2157a]. H. 1⅜ in. Blue faience; the disk yellow; pierced. Bubastis
Ȧmen-Rā, similar figure [HP2157a]. H. 1⅜ in. Light blue faience; pierced. Bubastis.
Ȧmen-Rā, similar figure [HP2157a], in blue faience; plumes and tunic coloured yellow, plinth behind, (cont.)
Ȧmsu, wearing the Ṭeśer crown, the plumes are wanting, in mummied form, holding up his right arm. Th (cont.)
Ȧmsu, similar figure [HP2162]; his head-dress and right hand are broken off, a ring on the back of h (cont.)
Ȧmsu, similar figure [HP2162]. H. 1¼ in. Grey faience, plinth behind and perforated.
Ȧmsu, similar figure [HP2162]. H. ¾ in. Blue faience, ornamented in lighter slip. Tell el-Amarna.
Ȧn-ḥeru, walking, with left leg advanced, wearing a short wig and a beard; upon his head he wears tw (cont.)
Ȧn-ḥeru, similar figure [HP2170], with the exception that in this example he wears a curious and unu (cont.)
Ȧn-ḥeru, wearing plumes upon his head, long garment to the ankles, right arm upraised, left arm bro (cont.)
Ȧnpu, or Anubis, walking, jackal-headed, wearing the long head attire, tunic round the loins, arms p (cont.)