Large bronze figure of the moon god IahE406
A rare and large solid cast bronze figure depicting the moon god Iah.
The god is identified by an unusually complex crown incorporating the Atef Crown of Osiris, the ibis head of Thoth and a disc representing the moon.
Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, 730-332 BC
20.1 x 3.3 cms (base of plinth to crown), 21 cms including attachment tangs
Losses as shown
Ex. private collection, Normandy, France; probably acquired in the 19th or early 20th Century.