C. Bonner, Amulets Chiefly in the British Museum, Hesperia 20, 1951, 301-345
, no. 15.
Obv. Ram headed god, ithyphallic, with heavy body and short goat legs. R. hand holds an uncertain three lobed object. Ram on ground at the god's feet. The figure may be a late conception of the god Chnum, perhaps identified with the ram headed god of Mendes; cf. Budge, Gods
, II, p. 354. A ram headed god whose other parts are human is represented on a stone in my collection (SMA
, pp. 261 262
, Pl. 3, 52 /CBd-1036/
Material not noted. Upright oval, 11 x 8; enlarged 2 x 1 on the plate.
Last modified: 2016-05-24 20:20:28
Related objects: 2 item(s)