|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Egypt | Rifeh|
|Period||Middle Kingdom | Twelfth Dynasty|
|Date Made||1938-1759 BCE|
|Iconography||Seth | Taweret | Lion | Frog | Gazelle? | Cat | Vulture | Knife | Jackal|
Wand carved from hippopotamus tusk. Decorated with a series of 9 magical figures (Seth, Taweret, Lion, Frog, Lion, Lion, gazelle(?), vulture, cat) each holding a knife. Each figure is seated atop the hieroglyph nb. At one end, there is a lion head at the other pointy end, a jackal head.
|Credit Line||Distribution from the British School of Archaeology; Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie, 1907|
|Other Number||ES 2914 - Original Number|
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