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Schwartz - Schwartz on CBd-1377
a: Anguipede with lion’s head (modified in form from cock’s head) wearing headdress33 and kilted tunic, holding whip with upflung lash in r. hand, orb in l. In fields, I A W.
b: ΛEO/NTO/PHK/TA (render of lions).
Delatte and Derchain 35. The lion-headed anguipede is intermediate between the cock-headed anguipede and the lion-headed man who carries whip and orb (no. 9 /CBd-1418/).

33 Perhaps a clump of papyrus; see A. Gardiner, Egyptian Grammar, 2nd ed. (London, 1950), p. 481.
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