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  - Miror with the name of Irti, priestess of Hathor
  - Horus as a falcon
  - Protective amulet representing Pataikos
  - Ushebti in the name of Padi-Bastet
  - Busts of Serapis and Isis
  - Standing Venus crowned with a large diadem
  - Ushebti in the name of the lady Taouret
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Busts of Serapis and Isis

Roman Art, 2nd-3rd BC

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Reference : D8598-D8500
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Serapis, wearing modius, wears a beard and a long dense haircurly
characterized by three loops falling on the forehead.

Isis wears the horns of Hathor surmounted by a solar disc decorated uraeus. The cap covers her hair divided by a medianline and tied in a bun at the back is worked off her curled locksfalling over his shoulders.

Bronze. H: 13 and 15.7 cm


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