God Tithoes

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Geoffrey Marchal
published on 24 January 2022

God Tithoes, 2nd century BC. Tutu (Ancient Egyptian, Tithoes in Greek) was an Egyptian god worshipped by ordinary people all over Egypt during the Late Period. Tutu's iconography is anthropomorphic, consisting of the body of a striding, winged lion, the head of a human, other heads of hawks and crocodiles projecting from the body, and the tail of a serpent.

Musée d’Art et Histoire (previously Musée du Cinquentenaire), Brussels, Belgium.

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