"Ptah-sokar-osiris Egypt Low Period"Statuette "Ptah-Sokar-Osiris", presenting the mommiform god, adorned with an Ousekh necklace and wearing the tripartite wig surmounted by high feathers. It rests on a quadrangular base with the Akhem Falcon facing it symbolically. Stuccoed and Polychromed Wood Transition, Egypt, Low Period, Ptolemaic, 300 BC - 100 ap. About JC. Drouot of June 1st, 2012, Pierre Berger, expertized by Christophe Kunicki, n ° 78 reproduced in the catalog. Provenance: old Lepage Cannes collection, invoice will be given to the buyer Sold with certificate of authenticity Guaranteed original and period. Ptah-Sokar-Osiris is the syncretism of three gods: Sokaris, Ptah, and Osiris. Sokaris, just as Ptah is a memphite deity with funerary character, like Osiris. This God, essentially revered in Memphis, has Osirian functions, he watches over the necropolis of Sakkarah. From the Late Period it was deposited near the mummies and as it is the case, it was deposited in a cavity arranged under the figure of the falcon.