A bronze statuette of a goddess nursing the infant Horus, in a role normally associated with Isis. In the past the goddess who wears a crown surmounted by a fish has been identified as Hatmehit. However, the fish is a modern addition and the two do not belong together. What is left of the original headdress would seem consistent with the goddess being identified as Isis. Isis wears a long tripartite wig and her eyes are inlaid with gold. Horus has a sidelock and his hands rest against his thighs.