containing five indistinct signs. Pantheos holds two scepters. Roundmargin, partly indistinct, meaningless inscription, αvιυγχραμγυιωισαεγoσυ[ .. ]ευ.
Rev. Cobra erect to r., wide-open jaws looking like crescent moon; or else the snake actually holds crescent in mouth, as Smith and Hutton thought.
Bloodstone. Upright oval, 19 Χ 14 Χ 4.
Catalogue of the Wyndham Cook Collection, 237, Pl. 9.
Obv. Pantheos, head and trunk to front, feet to r. Four plumes on head, which is featureless and surrounded with projections like blunt spines (animal heads in prototype). Four wings, bird tail. Knees and feet in shape of heads of animals. Four scepters, two long, two short, held by wings.
Green jasper slightly mottled with lighter color. Upright oval, 21 Χ 15 Χ 4.
Obv. Pantheos standing on small elliptical cartouche. Indistinct human head wearing disk and uraei; four wings, bird tail. Four tall scepters, two with birds on top, two indistinct. Much worn; in its present state the stone somewhat resembles the style of inferior Babylonian seals.
Rev. διαφύλαξov, “protect!”
Green jasper. Upright rectangle, 27 Χ 20 X 4.
Obv. Ouroboros enclosing pantheos standing to r.; four wings, bird tail, three scepters. Other details indistinct; crude, hasty work.
Rev. θωζαξαζωθ. Three lines of three letters each. This palindrome was engraved on No. 251 also.
Green jasper. Upright oval, 15 Χ 11 Χ 3.
Obv. Pantheos to front, feet to r.; head, a mere blur, wears a crown probably intended for the atef; four arms, two short scepters held crosswise in each hand of upper pair; r. arm of lower pair at side, l. holds flail. Four wings, bird tail. Very crude work.
Black jasper. Upright oval, 25 Χ 20 Χ 4.
Obv. Pantheistic figure standing to front on a low pedestal, modius on head, face indistinct. Two wings. The hands hold two tall scepters; a snake coils round the upper part of that held by the r. hand. This figure has some of the characteristics of Bes, the thick awkward trunk and bowlegs. At l. and r., ρησ ιχθωv, i.e. ῥησσίχθωv for ῥηξίχθωv.
Yellow jasper. Upright oval, 12 Χ 9 Χ 3.
Catalogue of the Wyndham Cook Collection, 248; no illustration.
Obv. Pantheos standing on back of lion walking to l. Head human, but indistinct; four wings holding on each side a scepter with small crossbars. Several stars in field. Much worn.
Rev. In upper half of field, three divinities, apparently in mummy form, with crowns or ornaments on their heads; all details indistinct. On bevel, σεθvωεμθιευυθ, some letters badly formed and doubtful.
Dark-green jasper. Upright oval, 27 Χ 21 Χ 4.
Obv. Male divinity, nude but for apron, standing to front, with neck and head of snake to l. R. hand holds was
scepter, l. an object (
) resembling the Egyptian sign sa
, “protection” (Gardiner, Sign-list, V 18) or an aberrant form of the sign ankh, “life” (S 34). Something like it is held by an eagle-headed god on the reverse of No. 172
Ironstone, probably limonite. Upright oval, 18 Χ 14 Χ 4.
Obv. At r., demon with head and neck of snake standing to l., wearing apron and boots, whip in r. hand, in l., tall