Statue of Ptah

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A solid-cast copper alloy figure of the god Ptah holding a was-sceptre. The god stands on a base with a tang below. It dates to the Late Period. On long-term loan since 2005 from the British Museum, who acquired it in 1878 from Lt-Gen Augustus William Henry Meyrick.


Goodridge, Wendy and Stuart Williams 2005. Offerings from the British Museum. Swansea: The Egypt Centre. [p. 2]

Last modified: 27 Nov 2023

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