Bronze figure of a male in Egyptian dress and pose, representing a votary or possibly the Phoenician god Reshef; he stands with his left leg slightly forward, his right hand by his side and his clenched fist to his chest: calf muscles indicated with incision lines; he wears a kilt and belt with incised details; on his head is a conical helmet ending in a prominent knob; around the neck is a pectoral decorated with triangles framed by parallel lines; incised lines on the upper arms may represent armlets; cast in the lost-wax technique.
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