Khonsu Figure



The god Khonsu depicted seated, wearing a composite headdress with moon disc, horns, plumes and frontal uraeus, and a sidelock of youth, holding a papyrus sceptre in his left hand. CONDITION NOTE 1998: corroded, with fresh corrosion on the back. Originally described as Horus the Child by Chalres Gatty and later corrected by Samuel Birch: "Bronze figure of Khonsu (Khins) in the type of the younger Horus or Harpocrates, seated, wearing the lunar disc and the crown. atf, in his left hand a sceptre".