Birch, Samuel   [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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254. Similar figure of Harsiesis. If in. high. Grayish-llue porcelain.

255. Similar figure of Harsiesis. f in. high. Light-blue porcelain.

256. Similar figure of Harsiesis. 1£ in. high. Light-green porcelain.

257. Similar figure of Harsiesis; the tes'er, or crown of Lower Egypt, fluted
vertically; of finer workmanship than the preceding. 11 in. high. Same material.

258. Similar figure of Harsiesis. I£ in. high. Same material.

259. Similar figure of Harsiesis. If in. high.

260. Similar figure of Harsiesis ; the plinth § of the way up. 1| in. high.
Light-blue porcelain.

261. Similar figure of Harsiesis ; coarse workmanship. If in. high. Same

262. Similar figure of Harsiesis. The tes'er plain, not fluted, as in the
previous specimens. 1^ in. high. Grayish-green 'porcelain.

263. Similar figure of Harsiesis. in. high. Grayish-green porcelain.

264. Similar figure of Harsiesis. 1-| in. high. Same material.

265. Similar figure of Harsiesis. If in. high. Same material.

266. Harsiesis, as before, hawk-headed; wearing the psyent or crown of
Upper and Lower Egypt, and the namms, tunic, s'enti, round the waist; walking
to the right; flat behind, as if for inlaying into some object; pierced above.
21 in. high. Light-green glass of a turquoise blue colour inside.

267. Harsiesis, walking, on plinth, hawk-headed; wearing long head-dress,
namms, and psyent; tunic, s'enti, round the loins. If in. high. Light-blue porcelain.

268. Harpayrat or Harpocrates, " Horus, the Child," seated, naked, in the
attitude of being in the lap of his mother Isis, wearing the crown, 2)SXent> 011
his head, emblem of dominion over the upper and lower country, and the lock
of hair, rut, at the right side of his head. His right arm, the hand doubled, is
at his side. The right is flat and pendent. 4 in. high. Bronze.

269. Harpayrat. "Horus, the child," or Harpocrates, naked, wearing on
his head a skull-cap, with urceus, serpent on the forehead, and lock at the
right side; the index finger of his right hand is raised to his mouth; the
left hand is pendent; his feet are placed on a square pedestal. There is a
ring behind. in. high. Bronze.

270. Harpayrat. Harpocrates, or a youth in the character of the god,
walking, on a pedestal. At the right side of the head, which wears a skull-cap,

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