Bronze figure of Horus, standing and wearing Roman military costume, one arm raised, the other is broken-off below shoulder.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 49 centimetres
- Width: 30.5 centimetres
- Depth: 14 centimetres
- Depth: 15 centimetres (overall display with object and base)
- Height: 25 millimetres (base only)
- Width: 159 millimetres (base only)
- Depth: 139 millimetres (base only)
Cleopatra's Egypt, Brooklyn 1988, pp. 245-246  = Kleopatra, Mainz 1989, pp. 304-305 .Published:
Ein Gott 215, no. 61, p. 67.
Not on display
Exhibited: 2011 10 feb- 10 June, Coventry, Herbert Museum, Secret Egypt 2013, - 2014 21 Sep - 05 Jan, Bristol Museum + Art Gallery, Roman Empire: Power + People 2014, 25 Jan - 27 Apr, Norwich Castle, Roman Empire + People
2014, 15 May - 31 Aug, Coventry, Herbert Museum, Roman Empire + People 2014 -2015, 20 Sep - 4 Jan, Manchester, Roman Empire + People 2015, 24 Jan - 10 May, Dundee, Roman Empire + People 2015, 30 May - 13 Sep, Tyne & Wear, Roman Empire + People
2015-2016, Oct 29-Feb 7, London, BM, G35, Egypt: Faith after the Pharaohs.
good (one arm missing)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA54701
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