Bronze Statuette of Onuris

Culture: Egyptian
Period: 3rd Intermediate Period, 21st or 22nd Dynasty, 1085-713 B.C.
Material: Bronze
Dimensions: 10.5 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 1313
Provenance: French private collection Bourgade-Maturana, acquired on 7 June 1977 from Laurin Guilloux Buffetaud Tailleur in Paris. Accompanied by a copy of the original invoice and a French antiquities passport.
Condition: Right arm and feather crown missing, otherwise intact.
Description: Bronze statuette of the striding god Onuris (Anhur) with a long, belted, and richly ornamented skirt, short wig with tight curls set in lines and a long false beard. The beginning of the feather crown, which is missing today, is still preserved. The god of war and hunting has his arm raised to kill an enemy or an animal. His left hand clenched to a fist is in front of the pelvis. Onuris wears a necklace and jewellery on his upper arms. Mounted.