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Isis Thermutis and Agathodaimon

This terracotta money-box is shaped like a beehive with a horizontal opening at the top. It is decorated with two opposing snales. On the left, Agathodaimon with the double "pschent" crown is depicted, on the right Isis Thermuthis, wearing the crown with feathers and the sun disk. The two snakes, of Egyptian origin but identified with Greek deities, serve as guards. This piece was found during the…