Bronze Apis Bull StatuetteYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
An ancient Egyptian statuette of the Apis bull, one of the most important animal deities in Egypt. A living representative of the Apis bull was kept at Memphis, and he participated in particular festivals relating to fertility and regeneration. Bull statuettes like this one were common dedications in the Late and Ptolemaic Periods and often depict the bull with bird and scarab markings and wearing the sun disk.
A similar example can be found in the MET museum (accession number: 04.2.483).
Accession Number: E.824
Photography and Model Credit: Charlotte Sargent