Cast bronze situla decorated with two registers showing deities. Corroded and split. Situla is a Latin word for bucket, and this object would have contained a liquid and be used during religious rituals in a tomb or temple. Top register: Two sun boats; a standing baboon worships on either side of one of the sun boats. Lower register: Worshipper, waering a long skirt, offers bread and a lotus flower on an altar before ithyphallic Amun, Mut holding a sceptre, Sekhmet wearing a sun-disc, Isis and another goddess carrying sceptres. Excavated by the Egypt Exploration Society, from Sector 3, West of East enclosure Wall, cache 7 H5-2111 [4115]. CONDITION NOTE 1998: Highly corroded , treated with Benzotriazol 31 July 1986.