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Harpocrate with the Hemhem crown

Egypt, Late Period, 600-400 BC

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Reference : D8499
The god-child should be seated on a throne.
He wears the Hemhem surmounting a nemes crown decorated with a strand of childhood, and lifts the ring finger to his mouth.

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