Chifletius–Macarius, no. XIV 59; Mastrocinque, SGG I, 35
bird: falcon; star; Harpocrates sitting on lotus flower; Harpocrates seated with knees drawn up; gesture, hand raised to mouth; flail; rays (6); solar disk; boat, papyrus; animal: cynocephalus; moon, crescent
A: The young Horus sitting nude, with knees drawn up on a lotus flower with two buds, which rests upon a papyrus boat. Head crowned with the solar disk and six rays. Left hand bent in elbow and holding a flail, right hand raised to mouth. A falcon with the double crown of Egypt perches at the stern of the boat, a cynocephalus with both paws raised in greeting, standing to right, at the prow of the boat. On the left side of Harpocrates, a crescent open to top, on the right side an eight-pointed star. B: Insufficient information.
For a gem in the Ägyptisches Museum, in Berlin that may have been designed after this piece, see CBd-2074.