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Magical gem: Anubis, Isis, male figure
CBd-Number:
CBd-4428
ID-Number:
Southesk, N 19
Collection:
Int_Whereabouts unknown
Inventory:
N 19
References:
Michel, DMG, no. 30.3.d_2
Former Collections:
Southesk, James Carnegie, Earl of (1827–1905)
Material:
plasma (green)
Iconography:
Isis; crown, unspecified; Anubis; clothing: garment; clothing: tunic; gesture, kneeling; kerykeion; plant: palm branch; vessel: situla

Description: Transverse oval, flat. Green plasma. Mounted in a gold setting.

A: On the left, Anubis dressed in a short tunic, holding a palm branch in the right hand and a caduceus in the left hand. In the middle, Isis wearing a long garment and a crown in the shape of a vulture, a situla hanging on her left hand, while reaching out to a kneeling male figure with her right hand. Latin letters in the free field: B, E, K (or R), and F (or E).
B: No information.

Bibliography
Michel, DMG, 30.3.d_2
Southesk 1908, 149–150, pl. 13, no. N 19.

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CBd-4428. The Campbell Bonner Magical Gems Database (2010-), developed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, editor-in-chief: Á. M. Nagy. Retrieved from: cbd.mfab.hu/cbd/4428 on 25-04-2024.

Image-ID 12596

Credits Southesk 1908, pl. 13

Notes Side A