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Fragment of an amulet depicting Nephthys, with a protective falcon (Horus) behind her head. She wears a striated wig and her headdress. Though Nephthys is broken off at the neck, the falcon is almost entirely preserved with damage to only the left wing and foot. The details of the feathers are well modelled, as are the features of Nephthys' face. Green glaze remains on all preserved surfaces.
- Previous Owner
- Vincent Anthony Donohue (1944–2016)
- Gift, Vincent Anthony Donohue (05 Sep 2016)
- Last modified: 02 Dec 2022