Attractive amulet in the form of a trussed-up duck, the head of which is completed by a large roundish beak resting on its back. The feathers are indicated by vertical lines divided into three registers by double transversal lines; the feet project at the rear. The base is incised with hieroglyphs of prophylactic sense, the style of which is characteristic of the 2nd Intermediate Period.
|INSTITUT DE PAPYROLOGIE ET D'ÉGYPTOLOGIE, UNIVERSITÉ DE LILLE III [02/049] LILLE
|2ND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD
|PRESSED IN A FORM/MODEL