Description: Triangular pendant, slightly convex. Brown glass. Intact. Side A is a modern copy of CBd-403, probably from the 19th century.
A: Two gods facing each other. On the left: a falcon-headed deity, sitting on a throne wearing a long garment, a wig and the solar disk, holding the was-sceptre in the left and the ankh-sign in the right hand. On the right: frog-headed goddess, seated on a throne, wearing a long garment, a necklace and a wig, and crowned with the solar disk, right hand holding the was-sceptre, left hand holding the ankh-sign. Above, in the centre: uraeus with outstreched wings, an ankh-sign hanging from its tail.
Delatte–Derchain 1964, no. 224.
Mastrocinque 2014 on CBd-3125