Description: Side A upright oval, side B transverse oval, both faces flat. Shape 8–9. Green and red jasper. Chips along the edge.
A: Four-winged Pantheos with a mask of Bes striding right on an Ouroboros cartouche enclosing animals (a scorpion, a ram?). Head to front, topped with the atef-crown and surrounded by animal protomes. A bird's tail and a crocodile's tail project to the left of the body. Was-scepters and a flail (?) in the arms and behind the wings. Snakes coil around two of the scepters.
B: Greek inscription in four lines: υποταξογρσυη|ροσυ...υοιονευ|προσυνηυκαι|ανηιανον. → Greek text?, including the words ὑποτάσσω ('conquer!') and καί ('and')?, unidentified names(?) and voces.
/Description: Jeffrey Spier – CBd/
Michel, DMG, 316, 41.1_12, pl. 39, 1.
The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection online CBd-2371