Sobek Crocodile God of Nile Holding Scepter Egyptian Statue Figurine 11.25HPN# 10030
Egyptian god Sobek is one of the most prominent gods of Ancient Egypt. Usually depicted as a crocodile, mummified crocodile or a man with the head of a crocodiles, Sobek brought fertility to ancient Egypt through the flooding of the Nile. Mummified crocodiles and crocodile eggs were often found with the deceased in order to enlist the protection of Sobek in the afterlife.
Here Sobek stands with feet firmly planted on platform with hieroglyphs. He clutches a spear of Egyptian and looks at us with a frightful stare. His body has the rippling muscles of a man and the claws of a crocodile. The artist interprets him as a young male crocodile with in the prime of his life. Are you willing to challenge the Pharaoh and the Egyptian people with this warrior as their defender?
- Sobek Holding Scepter Figurine is made from resin with a bronze finish applied in a plating process. This process gives the statue superior bronze and color details.
- Measures 11 2/5 in H x 4 1/5 in W x 3 1/5 in D. Weighs approx. 2-3 lbs.
- PN 10030.
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