Molded, high relief appliqué originally attached to faience vessel. Broken on all sides. Nude female, with knees to right and arms raised to hair. Fillet and wreath indicated by impressed dots; hair is parted and drawn into sections on forehead, with some locks falling to neck. Prominent breasts and round belly.
The Gods of Egypt in the Graeco-Roman Period, exh. cat. (Ann Arbor, MI: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 1977) 82, no. 78; T. Wilfong, Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt, From Prehistory to Late Antiquity, exh cat. (Ann Arbor, MI: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 1997) no. 75. Michigan Academician 13:2 (Fall 1980) cover image.