Standard with falcon god Soped from tomb of Tutankhamun
Soped falcon is a non human ritual figure with two "Shu" feathers, plumes traditionally associated with the god of the air, on his head. It is of wood, gessoed and gilded with the eyes and facial markings inlaid with obsidian and dark blue and red glass. The beak is of silver and the flail, symbol of authority, of gilded bronze. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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