Statue of the Egyptian God Sobek

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Arienne King
by David Anderson
published on 21 August 2020

A statue of the Egyptian god Sobek, classically depicted with a crocodile head. Limestone. From the Temple of Amenemhet in Hawara, Egypt. Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty of Egypt (1991 - 1802 BCE).

(Collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford)

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