This is a small amulet, made of glazed Egyptian faience. Depicted is the god Anubis, striding with his left foot forward and his arms tightly to the sides. He has the body of a man and the head of a jackal, and is wearing a short kilt. The amulet has a back pillar, which was pierced horizontally for suspension.
The amulet was mounted on a wood block, which has an old label on the underside, ink inscribed: "V.107. Anubis. Dog headed, from Rogers' Collection 1856".
Late Period, after 700 B.C.
Height 2.5 cm.
Dutch private collection, acquired from Bonhams London, circa 2004; before that UK private collection; before that Rogers collection, 1856, according to the label.