264. A COW'S HEAD UPON PEDESTAL
In centre of room, facing west, behind and between poles of the Anubis palankeen (261) and
quite near the three TAZZE (265).
Max. H. (including pedestal) 91.6; pedestal 40 x 26.8 x 7.6; cms.
Neck swathed with a piece of linen, tied round throat, and much decayed.
Head carved of wood, ears and part of throat gesso-gilt; remainder of neck varnished with
Pedestal varnished with black resin. (For further details of materials see note by A. L.)
A small heap of short pieces of rushes upon floor before this god.