torch, burning; modius; plant: stalks of grain (2); plant: stalk of poppy; clothing: garment; snake; head, of bull; head, of dog; Gorgoneion
Divine Names & Voces:
voces, unidentified; φορβαφορφορβα and variants
A: Isis‑Demeter-Hecate standing to front, head to right, wearing peplos and modius. Right hand holding a burning torch, left hand holding ears of corn and poppy. Below her feet in the center, the head of a bull (or cow?), on the left a rearing snake, on the right the head of a dog. Inscription in the free field. At the top: ψαμιαθου, on the left: ευα, on the right: βορφοφορρβαβα. On the two sides of the body in six lines: συοκο|χρυσο|πυσιαπ|υραθθωρωταωω|βαρραχειθπαχμ|εβωπαουθ||παχιχ → voces including variant of φορβαφορφορβα. B: Gorgoneion with two snakes rearing their heads from her hair, below, small wings. Inscription in the free field in seven lines: αρθραια|ωσ|ακεκρα|θουτου|θιαμνη||στισμαναισ|ναν → Greek text?