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Ibis head

712-332 BCE
Unknown Artist (Ancient Egyptian)

from image of Resting Ibis God Toth
Ibis head of this type usually appears with wooden body and bronze legs as crouching Ibis as scribe God Toth also the God of Medicine. A full version with body recently sold at Christie’s (June 2011) for $47,000. Condition, of course, matters.
(Possibly acquired through exchange with Dikran Kelekian who dealt extensively in Egyptian antiquities.)
Cataloger:Rebecca Corrie July 30, 2020

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