Sokar hawk



Accession Number
WK21
Current Location
House of Life (first floor), Woodwork case
Object Type
Sculpture, Sokar hawk
Period
Late Period
Material
Wood
Measurements
Height: 88mm | Width: 56mm | Depth: 152mm
Number of Elements
1

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Description

A wooden Sokar hawk coated in gesso and painted yellow, green, red, and black. The body of the hawk is covered with a cross-hatch design to imitate a beaded net. There is a hole in the base of the hawk for attachment, likely to a Ptah-Osiris figure. An unidentified number (25/50) is written on the object in black ink. It is part of the Woking Collection, which arrived to the Egypt Centre on long-term loan from Woking College in 2012 (Engel 2020).

Bibliography

Engel, Dulcie (2020) The Woking Loan: a collection within a collection at the Egypt Centre. Available at: https://www.egypt.swan.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/WOKING-LOAN.pdf

Other Identity
25/50 (unidentified number written on the object in black ink) | E.21 (written on a white circular sticker on the base)
Previous Owner
Woking College
Acquisition
Long-term loan, Woking College (31 May 2012)
Last modified: 21 Feb 2021

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