BC number 11147; Babylonian Collection; date: 00.00.00.00; genre: canonical; lines: r. 5; primary publication: W. Farber, FsKantor 96f (T), plt12 e-f (P); original catalog number NBC 08151 8151; EXH.000123
This carved sculpture depicts Mut with the crowns of upper and lower Egypt with a uraeus, and Amun with a crown with a uraeus with a hole for the insertion of plumes. Each holds the symbol of life. The right arm of Mut is broken.
a god driving a lion. he sits sideways on the rump of the beast, which advances right, holding it in by a rope attached to a broad collar connected with a circular cheek-piece which almost suggests a bit