A small statue of Harpocrates, the child god in the trinity of Alexandria, is made of faience and portrayed as a boy, resting on his right foot while the left one is unrestrained.
He is wearing a himation, or rectangular cloth, around his neck and flowing to his back. His left hand rests on a column beside him, carrying the horn of plenty, full of fruits.
He is lifting his right hand to his mouth. He is wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt on his head. He has long hair with long, lowered tufts. The face is distinguished by rather coarse features
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