A group of 11 Egyptian faience amulets depicting animals, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC, an include three amulets representing a hare, two depicting a Baboon which represents the god Thoth, a recumbent lion amulet, a pair of sow amulets, a hawk or falcon amulet and two stylized amulets. Each with suspension hole and mane with nice color. Largest 17 mm in length. Ex collection of J.D.R Fryer Collection, UK.
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