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Egyptian - Amun-Min-Kamutef - Walters 542062

Egyptian - Amun-Min-Kamutef - Walters 542062

The representation of the mummiform Amun-Min-Kamutef with an erect phallus alludes to his role as a fertility god. His right arm is raised in a gesture of rejoicing. The name Kamutef ("bull of his mother") conv... More

Egyptian - Appliqué of Ptolemy I as Dionysus - Walters 54598 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Appliqué of Ptolemy I as Dionysus - Walters 54598 - Three Q...

Ptolemy I (ca. 367-283 BC) was a Macedonian general in Alexander the Great's army and the founder of the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. This relief probably decorated the curved armrest of a bed or other piece of ... More

Egyptian - Appliqué of Ptolemy I as Dionysus - Walters 54598

Egyptian - Appliqué of Ptolemy I as Dionysus - Walters 54598

Ptolemy I (ca. 367-283 BC) was a Macedonian general in Alexander the Great's army and the founder of the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. This relief probably decorated the curved armrest of a bed or other piece of ... More

Egyptian - Family Group of Three - Walters 22349 - Back

Egyptian - Family Group of Three - Walters 22349 - Back

This piece is a Middle Kingdom limestone triad consisting of a central male figure flanked by two women. The central position of the male figure illustrates his elevated status over the women. It is assumed tha... More

Egyptian - Family Group of Three - Walters 22349

Egyptian - Family Group of Three - Walters 22349

This piece is a Middle Kingdom limestone triad consisting of a central male figure flanked by two women. The central position of the male figure illustrates his elevated status over the women. It is assumed tha... More

Egyptian - Female Fertility Figure - Walters 71517 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Female Fertility Figure - Walters 71517 - Three Quarter

Female fertility figures became popular during the Middle Kingdom. They were found in tombs of men and women, and were also later donated to the temples. This statuette displays a nude girl. She is adorned with... More

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Back

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Back

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Left

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Left

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Profile

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Profile

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Right

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Right

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484 - Three Quarter

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484

Egyptian - Figure of a Horus Falcon - Walters 571484

This masterpiece represents a solar god in falcon form.

Egyptian - FIgure of Ramesses II From a Group Statue - Walters 22114 - Back

Egyptian - FIgure of Ramesses II From a Group Statue - Walters 22114 -...

King Ramesses II wears a headdress combining the royal nemes head cloth, with the double-crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Note the king's royal beard, considered to be an attribute of the gods. Kings wore false ... More

Egyptian - FIgure of Ramesses II From a Group Statue - Walters 22114

Egyptian - FIgure of Ramesses II From a Group Statue - Walters 22114

King Ramesses II wears a headdress combining the royal nemes head cloth, with the double-crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Note the king's royal beard, considered to be an attribute of the gods. Kings wore false ... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Back

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Back

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Left

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Left

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Right

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Right

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter Left

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter Lef...

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter Right

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter Rig...

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538 - Three Quarter

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538

Egyptian - Figure of the Apis Bull - Walters 54538

The Apis bull was associated with the creator god Ptah and with the rituals for the king. His main place of worship was Memphis. After the death of the Apis bull he was mummified and buried in a special cemeter... More

Egyptian - Fragment of a Face from a Relief - Walters 22257 - Left Side

Egyptian - Fragment of a Face from a Relief - Walters 22257 - Left Sid...

This fragment is carved in low relief. It depicts a chin, mouth and nose, complete and in three quarters view. The eye is hollow and is filled with a white paste. The piece is broken across the eye. The back is smooth.

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Left

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Left

Egyptians prized lapis lazuli, acquired through trade with Afghanistan, for use in jewelry and small sculpture. This small fragment of a statuette most likely represents a goddess, possibly Maat, the goddess of... More

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Three Quarter Left

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Three Quarter Left

Egyptians prized lapis lazuli, acquired through trade with Afghanistan, for use in jewelry and small sculpture. This small fragment of a statuette most likely represents a goddess, possibly Maat, the goddess of... More

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Three Quarter Right

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352 - Three Quarter Right

Egyptians prized lapis lazuli, acquired through trade with Afghanistan, for use in jewelry and small sculpture. This small fragment of a statuette most likely represents a goddess, possibly Maat, the goddess of... More

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352

Egyptian - Fragment of a Goddess - Walters 22352

Egyptians prized lapis lazuli, acquired through trade with Afghanistan, for use in jewelry and small sculpture. This small fragment of a statuette most likely represents a goddess, possibly Maat, the goddess of... More

Egyptian - Fragment of a Uraeus with the Head of a King - Walters 22367

Egyptian - Fragment of a Uraeus with the Head of a King - Walters 2236...

The fragment has preserved the erected shield of the cobra serpent combined with a royal head. The king has a royal headdress with a uraeus (a small cobra serpent) above his forehead.

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Back

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Back

This piece has a broken prong on top of the head, and a long wig. Her arms are at her sides and hawk wings are engraved on her skirt. The piece has a thin base, and the prong below is broken off.

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Left

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Left

This piece has a broken prong on top of the head, and a long wig. Her arms are at her sides and hawk wings are engraved on her skirt. The piece has a thin base, and the prong below is broken off.

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Right

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012 - Right

This piece has a broken prong on top of the head, and a long wig. Her arms are at her sides and hawk wings are engraved on her skirt. The piece has a thin base, and the prong below is broken off.

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012

Egyptian - Goddess, Standing - Walters 542012

This piece has a broken prong on top of the head, and a long wig. Her arms are at her sides and hawk wings are engraved on her skirt. The piece has a thin base, and the prong below is broken off.

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent - Walters 571436 - Back

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent -...

Anonymous (Egyptian). 'Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, and Serpent,' 1st-2nd century. silver. Walters Art Museum (57.1436): Acquired by Henry Walters (?).

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent - Walters 571436 - Left

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent -...

Anonymous (Egyptian). 'Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, and Serpent,' 1st-2nd century. silver. Walters Art Museum (57.1436): Acquired by Henry Walters (?).

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent - Walters 571436 - Right

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent -...

Anonymous (Egyptian). 'Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, and Serpent,' 1st-2nd century. silver. Walters Art Museum (57.1436): Acquired by Henry Walters (?).

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent - Walters 571436

Egyptian - Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, Falcon and Serpent -...

Anonymous (Egyptian). 'Harpocrates-Eros with Falcon , Jackal, and Serpent,' 1st-2nd century. silver. Walters Art Museum (57.1436): Acquired by Henry Walters (?).

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Back

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Back

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Bottom

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Bottom

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Left

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Left

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Right

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Right

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343 - Three Quarter

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 22343

The representation of a falcon was related to Horus, god of Kingship, but also to the sun god Re. Beside there are many local gods who are represented as falcons without a crown or inscription identification is... More

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Back

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Back

This statuette of a falcon is carved in the round and has a hole on top of his head to implement a crown. Parts of the legs are missing. Ptolemaic until early Roman Period.

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Left

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Left

This statuette of a falcon is carved in the round and has a hole on top of his head to implement a crown. Parts of the legs are missing. Ptolemaic until early Roman Period.

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Right

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Right

This statuette of a falcon is carved in the round and has a hole on top of his head to implement a crown. Parts of the legs are missing. Ptolemaic until early Roman Period.

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Top

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272 - Top

This statuette of a falcon is carved in the round and has a hole on top of his head to implement a crown. Parts of the legs are missing. Ptolemaic until early Roman Period.

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272

Egyptian - Hawk; Falcon - Walters 2272

This statuette of a falcon is carved in the round and has a hole on top of his head to implement a crown. Parts of the legs are missing. Ptolemaic until early Roman Period.

Egyptian - Head - Walters 22221

Egyptian - Head - Walters 22221

This carved head has inlaid eyes with bronze rims. The eyes are white stone balls with black pupils. The eyebrows are painted brown. The piece is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head from a Statuette of Amun - Walters 22353 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head from a Statuette of Amun - Walters 22353 - Three Quart...

This piece is carved in the round, and depicts the head of Amun. His eyes are to be inlayed, and his beard is to be attached. He wears a cap. There is a hole in the top for the insertion of a plume. At the back... More

Egyptian - Head of a Hawk - Walters 22299 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head of a Hawk - Walters 22299 - Three Quarter

This figurine has been carved in the round. The underside is finished.

Egyptian - Head of a Ichneumon - Walters 2246 - View A

Egyptian - Head of a Ichneumon - Walters 2246 - View A

This carved head has red stain in the cracks and is cut off smooth across the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22298 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22298 - Three Quarter

This head has been carved in the round. The man depicted has a shaved head with a flat top.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22306 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22306 - Three Quarter

This head of a man is carved in the round. The piece is well polished. He has a flat top to his shaved head. The piece is broken off at the neck; the nose and ears are slightly damaged.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Back

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Back

This is the head of a man, whose headdress is rendered in the style of the Old Kingdom elite. It is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Left

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Left

This is the head of a man, whose headdress is rendered in the style of the Old Kingdom elite. It is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Right

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Right

This is the head of a man, whose headdress is rendered in the style of the Old Kingdom elite. It is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Top

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384 - Top

This is the head of a man, whose headdress is rendered in the style of the Old Kingdom elite. It is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22384

This is the head of a man, whose headdress is rendered in the style of the Old Kingdom elite. It is broken at the neck.

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22385 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head of a Man - Walters 22385 - Three Quarter

This sculpture of a man has been carved in the round and polished smooth. The piece is a fragment, broken off at the neck but otherwise undamaged. The man has a shaved head with a flat top.

Egyptian - Head of Amun - Walters 22305 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Head of Amun - Walters 22305 - Three Quarter

This statuette of Amun has a beard and cap. There is a hole in his cap for the insertion of a plume. The peice is only a fragment.

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Back

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Back

This head belonged to a small statue of the god Amen-Re, identified by his tall feather crown with sun disk. The statue's back pillar contains the inscriptions "Amen-Re, King of the Gods," as well as "Nefer-ka-... More

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Left

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Left

This head belonged to a small statue of the god Amen-Re, identified by his tall feather crown with sun disk. The statue's back pillar contains the inscriptions "Amen-Re, King of the Gods," as well as "Nefer-ka-... More

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Right

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717 - Right

This head belonged to a small statue of the god Amen-Re, identified by his tall feather crown with sun disk. The statue's back pillar contains the inscriptions "Amen-Re, King of the Gods," as well as "Nefer-ka-... More

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 481717

This head belonged to a small statue of the god Amen-Re, identified by his tall feather crown with sun disk. The statue's back pillar contains the inscriptions "Amen-Re, King of the Gods," as well as "Nefer-ka-... More

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Back

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Back

Disc and plumes. Gold inlay on plumes, eyes, sides of face. Broken from statue. Plumes broken off.

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Left

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Left

Disc and plumes. Gold inlay on plumes, eyes, sides of face. Broken from statue. Plumes broken off.

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Right

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091 - Right

Disc and plumes. Gold inlay on plumes, eyes, sides of face. Broken from statue. Plumes broken off.

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091

Egyptian - Head of Amun-Re - Walters 542091

Disc and plumes. Gold inlay on plumes, eyes, sides of face. Broken from statue. Plumes broken off.

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Back

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Back

Ptah was the creator god of the city of Memphis and the patron of craftsmen and artists. His blue skullcap symbolizes creation, and his black face represents fertility and rebirth.

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Left

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Left

Ptah was the creator god of the city of Memphis and the patron of craftsmen and artists. His blue skullcap symbolizes creation, and his black face represents fertility and rebirth.

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Right

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Right

Ptah was the creator god of the city of Memphis and the patron of craftsmen and artists. His blue skullcap symbolizes creation, and his black face represents fertility and rebirth.

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Top

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422 - Top

Ptah was the creator god of the city of Memphis and the patron of craftsmen and artists. His blue skullcap symbolizes creation, and his black face represents fertility and rebirth.

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422

Egyptian - Head of Ptah - Walters 48422

Ptah was the creator god of the city of Memphis and the patron of craftsmen and artists. His blue skullcap symbolizes creation, and his black face represents fertility and rebirth.

Egyptian - Head of Serapis - Walters 23203

Egyptian - Head of Serapis - Walters 23203

Anonymous (Egyptian). 'Head of Serapis,' 2nd century. calcite. Walters Art Museum (23.203): Acquired by Henry Walters.

Egyptian - Hippopotamus - Walters 22138 - Profile

Egyptian - Hippopotamus - Walters 22138 - Profile

This hippopotamus sculpture has its legs broken off.

Egyptian - Hippopotamus with Aquatic Flower Decoration - Walters 48401

Egyptian - Hippopotamus with Aquatic Flower Decoration - Walters 48401

The hippopotamus is an animal which was thought to belong to Seth, the god of the wild and powerful nature. The animal was regarded as a nuisance and an evil doer. On the other hand, the hippopotamus is also an... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 (2)

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 (2)

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Back

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Back

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Left

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Left

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Right

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Right

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Three Quarter Left

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Three Quarter Left

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Three Quarter Right

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983 - Three Quarter Right

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541983

Harpocrates or "Horus the Child" was the son of Isis and Osiris. He represents legal kingship as mythical successor of his father Osiris, who, in death, became Lord of the Netherworld. He was especially popular... More

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Back

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Back

Horus the Child was originally seated on his mother Isis's lap. Below his body is a tiny extension that inserts to the second piece, which was the body of the mother.

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Left

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Left

Horus the Child was originally seated on his mother Isis's lap. Below his body is a tiny extension that inserts to the second piece, which was the body of the mother.

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Right

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984 - Right

Horus the Child was originally seated on his mother Isis's lap. Below his body is a tiny extension that inserts to the second piece, which was the body of the mother.

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 541984

Horus the Child was originally seated on his mother Isis's lap. Below his body is a tiny extension that inserts to the second piece, which was the body of the mother.

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 54554 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Horus the Child - Walters 54554 - Three Quarter

Horus the Child is depicted here, standing on a plinth with two prone figures.

Egyptian - Horus the Child Seated on a Throne - Walters 22339 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Horus the Child Seated on a Throne - Walters 22339 - Three ...

This statuette has been carved in the round, and depicts Horus the Child seated on a throne. Horus has a lock of hair at the right. His right hand is to his mouth. There are two lions at the sides of the chair.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Back

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Bac...

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Bottom

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Bot...

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Left

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Lef...

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Right

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Rig...

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Three Quarter

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207 - Thr...

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207

Egyptian - Horus the Child, Seal Squatting Child - Walters 42207

This squatting Horus Child may have been used as a seal.

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Back

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Back

Horus-the-Child is shown here seated on a low-back throne. At his right shoulder, there is a dowel hole for attaching the arm, now missing. The head, lower left arm, and left thigh and upper leg are broken. The... More

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Bottom

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Bottom

Horus-the-Child is shown here seated on a low-back throne. At his right shoulder, there is a dowel hole for attaching the arm, now missing. The head, lower left arm, and left thigh and upper leg are broken. The... More

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Left

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Left

Horus-the-Child is shown here seated on a low-back throne. At his right shoulder, there is a dowel hole for attaching the arm, now missing. The head, lower left arm, and left thigh and upper leg are broken. The... More

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Right

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502 - Right

Horus-the-Child is shown here seated on a low-back throne. At his right shoulder, there is a dowel hole for attaching the arm, now missing. The head, lower left arm, and left thigh and upper leg are broken. The... More

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502

Egyptian - Horus-the-Child - Walters 71502

Horus-the-Child is shown here seated on a low-back throne. At his right shoulder, there is a dowel hole for attaching the arm, now missing. The head, lower left arm, and left thigh and upper leg are broken. The... More