A large and beautiful Egyptian polychrome Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC, depicted mummiform on rectangular integral base, wearing tripartite headdress surmounted by a crown consisting of ostrich feathers and a solar disc above cow's horns. The arms are folded at chest and the figure wears a false beard and a beaded broad collar; a vertical column of hieroglyphic text runs down the front of the body. H: 25 1/4 in (64 cm). In excellent condition with fantastic style and much of the original paint preserved. Comes with a custom lucite box display case. Ex collection of Eugene Iglesias, CA.
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