COMPASS Title: Ivory plaque depicting a winged sphinx

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134322

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COMPASS Title: Ivory plaque depicting a winged sphinx

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  • COMPASS Title: Ivory plaque depicting a winged sphinx

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  • Ivory sphinx; striding; ivory panel in openwork shows a male, human-headed sphinx walking amongst flowering plants; wears the double crown of upper and lower Egypt, and hanging from the chest is an apron with a projecting uraeus; probably made by Phoenician craftsmen.

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  • Ivory sphinx; striding; ivory panel in openwork shows a male, human-headed sphinx walking amongst flowering plants; wears the double crown of upper and lower Egypt, and hanging from the chest is an apron with a projecting uraeus; probably made by Phoenici

    Full: Front

  • Ivory panel in openwork: showing a male human-headed winged sphinx walking amongst flowering plants. He wears the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, and hanging from his chest is an apron with a projecting uraeus (cobra).

    Full: Front

  • Ivory panel in openwork: showing a male human-headed winged sphinx walking amongst flowering plants. He wears the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, and hanging from his chest is an apron with a projecting uraeus (cobra).

    Full: Front

  • Ivory panel in openwork: showing a male human-headed winged sphinx walking amongst flowering plants. He wears the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, and hanging from his chest is an apron with a projecting uraeus (cobra)\.

    Full: Front