Ancient Egyptian faience amulet of Thoth with Maat feather
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Here, Thoth is represented as an ibis, gorgeously rendered with dark blue glazed highlights added to his eyes, claws, and tail feathers. In front of the bird, just below his arching beak, a feather is present. Which personifies the goddess Maat, the wife of Thoth.
|Condition||Minor chip to the left paw|
|Dating||Late Period, 26 th - 30 th Dynasty, 664-332 B.C.|
|Provenance||Benedict collection, formed around 1900|
|Size||Lenght 3 cm|