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Statue des Thoth, der sogenannte Cacco von Santo Stefano del Cacco, heute im Vatikanischen Museum

"Torino, Museo Egizio, Statuette des Vogels Ba (statuette of a Ba bird)" ^**^

A bronze figure of an Egyptian God with ram horns, possibly Amun or Chnum. - Property of an old German aristocratic collection. - Crusty blackish-green patina, restored.

Torino, Museo Egizio, Gott Thot als Pavian (God Thoth depicted as a baboon)

Die Pietà von Perin del Vaga in Santo Stefano del Cacco

Group statue of Thoth-ibis and devotee on a base inscribed for Padihorsiese. Period: Late Period. Dynasty: Dynasty 26. Date: ca. 700–500 B.C.

Grab Raffaels im Pantheon

Baboon with a wedjet eye, Ancient Egypt, 26th Dynasty (ca. 688–525 B.C.) - From the beginning of Egyptian history, the baboon had a role in Egyptian religion. Initially, he was known as a deity called the “Great White One” (that is, the moon) This baboon holds a wedjet eye, the eye stolen from Horus and healed by Thoth.

Berninis Elefant vor Santa Maria sopra Minerva

Statuette of the Goddess Taweret