Two small bronze amulets of Set, one worn as pendant, from TeVelde
Amulet at the Berlin museum, via Erman, 1909, is this same one in TeVelde's photo?
The British Museum has an amulet pendant very similar to the one TeVelde shows:|
Bronze amuletic figure of Seth wearing the double crown; traces of gilt; suspension ring behind the head
Excavated/Findspot Tomb of Ani, Ramesside Period
Height: 6.18 centimetres, Width: 1.5 centimetres, Depth: 2.06 centimetres
Acquisition date: 1891, Registration number: 1891,0509.68, BM/Big number: 22897
Purchased through Sir Ernest A T Wallis Budge
These pendants may not have been that rare. The Petrie Museum has one, about two inches:
"Standing figure of Seth, left foot advanced, hands by his side, wearing the Crown of Upper and Lower Egypt,
the tripartite wig and pleated shendit. On flat footplate, with a suspension ring behind the Crown."
Height 5.2 cms width 1.3 cms
Period - Dynasty 1 ? (2890BCE-3100BCE) till Dynasty 30 (343BCE-380BCE)
Petrie Museum UC8256
LIVERPOOL MUSEUM [03/061], 56.22.509
International Inventory number03/061/4137
New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, Cast bronze, 5.5cm
Originally in the private Danson collection, the figure was purchased from the Castle Museum, Norwich, in 1956.
Amulettes au nom de Iâhhétep : le dieu Seth, E 7659
H. : 2 cm. ; L. : 0,55 cm. ; Pr. : 0,80 cm.
Le Nouvel Empire (New Kingdom), 18th Dynasty