The god is depicted as a young boy, with a plaited side-lock, naked and with one finger of his right hand pointing towards his mouth. He is shown in a striding position, his left arm next to his body with his hand clenched. He is wearing an elaborate crown, consisting of several elements. On top of his nemes headcloth, which is protected by a uraeus, is a crown of uraei; this is surmounted by the so-called hemhem-crown, consisting of a pair of long, spiral ram's or sheep's horns, bundles of reeds tied together, feathers, sun disks and two uraei. On an integral base.
Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C.
Height 18.2 cm.
Dutch private collection J.V., acquired before 1983.