Egyptian 'Imsety Leans Against The Emblem Of The West' Amulet Pendant 023057

Egyptian 'Imsety Leans Against The Emblem Of The West' Amulet Pendant 023057
Egyptian 'Imsety Leans Against The Emblem Of The West' Amulet Pendant
Faience, 0.25 grams, 12.45 mm. Circa 664-332 BC, Late Dynastic Period. An olive green faience amulet of Imsety, one of the four sons of Horus, in openwork and pierced for suspension. Imsety was a funerary deity, one of the four sons of Horus. He was portrayed as a mummified human and was associated with the canopic jars, specifically the one which contained the liver. Reference: Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.21. Very fine condition. Provenance: from an old English collection.

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