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LOT 302

Lot 302

Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.

Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.
Lot 302 Details
Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.

the toes of the left foot of the figure on a base densely covered with hieroglyphic inscriptions naming a priest of Horus and Amun
4.1 x 7.9 x 6 in — 10.5 x 20 x 15.2 cm

Estimate $3,500-$5,000

Realised: $22,800
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Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.
  • Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.
  • Egyptian Basalt Fragment of a Priest of Horus Healing Statue, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 7th-2nd century B.C.
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