Taweret amulet with double head

New Kingdom

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 122

Double-headed amulets of the domestic goddess Taweret are rare forms and date to the 18th dynasty,. Amarna is among the known findspots for these, although this particular example is without provenance.

Taweret amulet with double head, Blue faience

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