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Statuette of Attis
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A statuette of Attis wearing a helmet and a Greek tunic, which is open at the abdomen, has long sleeves and drops down to the feet to look like trousers.

His right hand is raised and he is carrying an object that resembles a telescope. The left arm and feet of the statuette are missing. Attis lived in Alexandria in the third century BC.

Dimensions:  Height 10.5 cm

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Culture:

Greco-Roman

Technique:

General Techniques
  Metal Techniques
  Cast

Style:

Roman

Materials:

Non Organic
  Alloys
  Bronze
Type Type

Type:

Figurine
Map Map

Location: 

Tanta Museum

Discovered: 

Sa El-Hagar

Created: 

Egypt
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Created: 

1st Century AD

Discovered: 

1988 AD - 1989 AD

Acquired: 

1989 AD
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