Alabaster sculpture with Hapy and vase from tomb of Tutankhamun
Two ornamental vessels upon a trellis-work stand wrought of semi translucent calcite. The first vessel takes the form of a figure of the epicene divinity Hapy surmounted by a lotus flower, who holds in his two hands. The second vessel an attenuated vase with flanking ornament symbolizing the union of the countries Upper and lower Egypt, expressive of the two Niles. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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