A neat group of 6 Egyptian bronze, stone and faience amulets, Late period, c. 664 - 30 BC, including a nicely detailed stone Anubis amulet, two bronze Harpokrates amulets, two faience amulets depicting Shu and another faience amulet representing the uraeus, or rearing cobra. Largest is 30 mm in length. Ex J.D.R Fryer collection, UK.
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