God with four ram heads facing in four directions, probably Khnum
Late Period–Ptolemaic Period
The god has four ram heads, each facing in a different direction. Above his heads he wears an atef crown. The figure probably represents the ram-headed god Khnum, who can be shown with four heads facing in different directions. Another ram god, Banebdjed, can also be shown with four ram heads, but then two face forward and two face back (see 26.7.894).
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