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<p>Bronze seated statuette of the god Harpocrates (no throne). Nemes headdress with side-lock, eyes and necklace inlaid in gold. Stripes of headdress inlaid in copper (?). Right hand to mouth, left hand by thigh. Feet rest on base, sides of which are inscribed; front of base lost.</p>
<p>Oblong bronze pedestal (probably serving as coffin for a small mummified animal) surmounted by a Horus falcon wearing the Crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Coffin apparently retains its contents. Surface: mingled green and brown patina.</p>