A reproduction of the Anubis in the Soane Collection, produced by ceramic artist Martha Todd. Todd RCA MA is an artist working from Studio Manifold in East London. Her work is often conceptual but she also enjoys sculpting figurative forms, both human and animal.
The god Anubis with a jackal's head, clothed in a tunic girt at the waist and a traveller's paenula, stands with left leg back and cocked up on a small round pedestal. In his right hand, which is extended, he holds the situla and in his left, which is lowered, the palm branch. Both these objects are emblems of the cult of Isis.
Measurements: h 15 cm, w 8 cm, depth 6 cm
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