By Jacqueline Engel
Bronze figure of the lioness-headed goddess Wadjet, seated on a throne which is attached to a rectangular plinth. Remains of headdress consist of circular modius and uraeus.
Sides of throne have standard decoration; back bears incised falcon and papyrus-plants.
Hole through base-plate of plinth, interior of figure hollow.
Hands clenched on lap.
Late period. 600-350 BC
British Museum London.