Pataikos A forgotten amulet

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LEIDEN UNIVERSITY
Pataikos
A forgotten amulet
The database of the Pataikoi amulets of the
National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden
Appendices
Saskia van Erp
Master Thesis 2014
Database
Classics and Ancient Civilizations:
Egyptology
Supervisor: Prof. dr. M.J. Raven
Second reader: Dr. R. van Walsem
Database Contents
1
A-9
2
A-10
3
AA 5
4
AA 8
5
AA.VIII-1
6
AA.VIII-2
7
AA.VIII-3
8
AA.VIII-4
9
AA.VIII-5
10
AA.VIII-6
11
AA.VIII-7
12
AA.VIII-8
AA.VIII-9
13
14
AA.VIII-10
15
AA.VIII-11
16
AA.VIII-12
17
AA.VIII-13
18
AA.VIII-14
19
AA.VIII-15
20
AA.VIII-16
21
AA.VIII-17
22
AA.VIII-18
23
AA.VIII-19
24
AA.VIII-20
25
AA.VIII-21
26
AA.VIII-22
27
AA.VIII-23
28
AA.VIII-24
29
AA.VIII-25
30
AA.VIII-26
31
AA.VIII-27
32
AA.VIII-28
33
AA.X
34
AE 11
35
AO 1hh
36
AO 5h
37
AO 6a-2
38
BA 1
39
BA 2
40
BA 3
41
BA 4
42
CI-36
43
CI-37
44
CI-38
45
CI-39
46
CI-40
47
CI-41
48
CI-42
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
CI-43
CI-44
CI-45
CI-46
CI-47
CI-48
CI-49
CI-50
CI-51
CI-52
CI-53
CI-54
CI-55
EG-ZM9
EG-ZM813
EG-ZM815
EG-ZM816
EG-ZM818
EG-ZM819
EG-ZM820
EG-ZM821
EG-ZM822
EG-ZM823
EG-ZM824
EG-ZM825
F 1934/10.170
F 1934/10.176
F 1934/11.33
F 1940/11.37
F 1940/11.69
F 1947/11.11
F 1948/6.3
F 1955/2.30
F 1955/2.31
F 1983/4.14
F 1983/4.15
F 1987/3.12
F 1987/3.16
F 1994/9.3
H-8
H.III.K
I 1934/11.27
L.III.38-c
L.III.38-d
L.XIII.18
RO.I.F 12
RO.I.F 14
TU-22
97
98
99
ZN 661
ZN 755
Unknown
/ EG-ZM814?
Database 2:
101 AED 6
102 EG-ZM198
103 EG-ZM264
104 EG-ZM814
105 EG-ZM817
106 EG-ZM952
107 EG-ZM2775
108 F 1934/11.40
109 F 1940/10.38
110 F 1940/12.27
111 F 1983/7.2
112 F 1983/7.3
113 F 1984/11.3
114 F 1988/1.1
115 F 2010/7.1
116 L.III.38-b
Database contents sorted by type
Type Inventory Page
Type
number
number
A
AAVIII-1
5
AAVIII-2
6
AAVIII-3
7
AAVIII-4
8
AAVIII-5
9
AAVIII-6
10
AAVIII-7
11
AAVIII-8
12
AAVIII-9
13
AAVIII-10
14
AAVIII-11
15
AAVIII-12
16
AAVIII-13
17
AAVIII-15
19
AAVIII-16
20
AAVIII-19
23
AAVIII-21
25
B
AAVIII-22
26
AAVIII-23
27
AAVIII-24
28
AAVIII-25
29
AAVIII-26
30
AAVIII-27
31
AAVIII-28
32
C
AE 11
34
AO 5h
36
AO 6a-2
37
BA 1
38
BA 2
39
BA 3
40
BA 4
41
CI-36
42
CI-37
43
CI-38
44
CI-39
45
CI-40
46
CI-41
47
CI-42
48
CI-43
49
CI-44
50
D
CI-48
54
CI-49
55
CI-50
56
CI-51
57
EG-ZM9
62
EG-ZM815
64
EG-ZM816
65
Inventory
number
EG-ZM818
EG-ZM822
EG-ZM824
EG-ZM825
F1934/10.170
F1934/10.176
F1948/6.3
F1983/4.14
F1987/3.12
F1987/3.16
H-8
I1934/11.27
L.III.38-c
L.III.38-d
RO.I.F 12
TU-22
A-9
AA 5
AA 8
F1955/2.31
F1994/9.3
L.XIII.18
ZN775
AA.VIII-14
AA.VIII-17
AAVIII-18
AA.VIII-20
CI-45
CI-52
CI-53
CI-54
CI-55
EG-ZM813
EG-ZM819
EG-ZM821
F1934/11.33
F1940/11.69
F1947/11.11
RO.I.F 14
AA.X
AO 1hh
CI-46
CI-47
EG-ZM820
EG-ZM823
F1940/11.37
ZN661
Page
number
66
70
72
73
74
75
80
83
85
86
88
90
91
92
94
96
1
3
4
82
87
93
98
18
21
22
24
51
58
59
60
61
63
67
69
76
78
79
95
33
35
52
53
68
71
77
97
Type
Inventory
Page number
number
unknown
99
E
A-10
2
F 1955/2.30
81
F1983/4.15
84
H.III.K
89
F
EG-ZM264
104
EG-ZM952
107
EG-ZM2775
108
F 1934/11.40
109
F 2010/7.1
116
other AED 6
101
AED 98
102
EG-ZM198
103
EG-ZM814
105
EG-ZM817
106
F 1940/10.38
110
F 1940/12.27
111
F 1983/7.2
112
F 1983/7.3
113
F 1984/11.3
114
F 1988/1.1
115
L.III.38-b
117
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
A-9
3.7.6
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure standing on two crocodiles, the head of the right crocodile is broken off.
The crocodiles are looking forward, this is the only object in this collection that has this feature.
In his hands the dwarf is holding two sticks. On its shoulders on each side a falcon is seated,
behind the ears. The figure is standing against a kind of pillar in the shape of a goddess with
wings, she is carved into the pillar. She has a sundisk and horns on her head, her face seems like
that of a lioness. On the head of the figure a scarab is carved. There is a hole for a string behind
the shoulders.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
2,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
gods
Pataikos; standing; crocodile; Isis; scarab
location gods
votive
literature
width height
3,2 cm 8 cm/ 7,6 cm
cat. Leemans A 189
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.274
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,189
animal
location animals
damage
former owner
D'Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
A-9: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3
h, [21-nov-2006], verplaatsing
lioness?
back
scarab
on head
crocodiles
below feet
head of the crocodile on the right is broken, there are other
small damage areas on the object
Leemans A 189: le même dieu (ptah pataeque) , avec les pieds
sur les têtes de deux crocodiles; le dessus de la tête ornée d'un
scarabée, un épervier sur chaque épaule; il tient des serpens
dans ses mains. La partie postérieure représente Hathor
ptérophore, enveloppant le dieu de ses ailes.
Boeser: E.XVIII 274, Amuletten, Pataeken: staande op krokodillen
met eene kever op het hoofd en eene gevleugelde isis aan den
rug.
1
falcons
on shoulders
A-9
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
A-10
3.7.6
E
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure, standing on a pedestal, on which two crocodiles are standing. The
dwarf is standing on these two crocodiles. His legs are crooked and he has a protruding
bottom. His fists rest on his hips and his thumbs are visible and pointing downwards. He has
a big belly button. The head of the figure is detailed, he has a bit, flat nose, bit eyes and
eyebrows are even visible. His ears are pierced with holes.He has a sidelock on the right
side of his head, and he has a scarab on his head. There is a line around his neck, which
either is a decorative line or it looks even like the head is been placed on it separately.
There is a hole for a string behind his neck. The overall figure is very detailed.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Saitic Period
measurements
Depth
1,1 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Type
width height
2,85 cm 7,9 cm
Pataikos; standing; crocodile; scarab
votive
location gods
damage
literature
former owner
museum location
animal
location animals
no visible damages
cat. Leemans A 190
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.276
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,190
D'Anastasi 1780-1860
A-10: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C
3 h, [21-apr-2011],
terugplaatsing depot
Leemans A 190: Terre émaillée. Le même dieu (ptah
pataeque) avec le scarabée sur la tête, debout sur les têtes
de deux crocodiles. Une tresse de cheveux nattée en forme
d'anse orne les côte droit de la tête.
Boeser: E.XVIII 276, Amuletten, Pataeken: staande op
krokodillen met eene kever op het hoofd en eene
gevleugelde isis aan den rug.
2
A-10
crocodiles
below feet
scarab
on head
inventory number
rubrieknummer
AA 5
3.7.6
material
faience
dark green, with light green accents
application of glaze
Late Period
color of material
method
date
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure standing on two crocodiles. In his hands he holds two snakes with detailed
bodies by the heads, their bodies are handing on the sides of the dwarfs body. Around the neck of
the figure a collar is placed. Its head is decorated with a detailed wig and an Atef crown composed
of two horizontal horns, on top of that some flowerstems, flanked on each side by a uraeus. The
figure is standing on a pedestal and has a backpillar which covers the entire figure from the
crocodiles till the top of the crown. This pillar is decorated with a goddess with wings and a
sundisk with horns on her head. She holds in both her hands a feather of Ma'at above her head
there is another section which is marked with a horizontal stripe. In this section hieroglyphs are
placed, which say: 'Ptah who gives life', two other signs are not easily read. There is a hole for a
string between the wig and the crown.
measurements
Depth
2,80 cm
width height
2,95 cm 8 cm/ 8,6 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; feather; inscription
votive
gods
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 188
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.278
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,188,a,b
former owner
D'Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA 5: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
C 3 h, [21-nov-2006],
verplaatsing
damage
Winged goddess
back
snakes
in hands
crocodiles
below feet
The figure is slightly damaged on several parts, the head of the crocodiles are a bit damaged, just
like the head of the snakes and a part of the arms of the figure. It seems a bit like this is done on
purpose, to prevent the animals from doing harm.
Leemans A188: Terre émaille. Le même dieu (Ptah pataeque), les
pieds placés sur les têtes de deux crocodiles; la tête ornée de
cheveux, et surmontée d'une coiffure symbolique, composée des
cornes due belier, avec les tiges de fleurs liées ensemble, et
flanquées de deux uréus. la partie prostérieure nous offre
l'image d'Hathor ptérophore, et l'inscription ptah le vivificateur.
Boeser: E.XVIII 278: met opschrift: "ptah geve leven" en twee
veeren op het hoofd.
3
animal
location animals
AA 5
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
AA 8
3.7.6
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure, standing on a pedestal and two crocodiles. He has crooked legs, a
small phallus and a protruding belly. He is holding his hands horizontal with the thumbs
against each other in which he holds snakes, though they are poorly visible. He has clearly
indicated breasts. On his side there a two godesses. On his left side is Isis with a sundisk and
horns on her head, on his right side is Nephtys with her Nb.t Hw.t crown. On his shoulders
there were originally two falcons but they are broken off, only their feet remain visible. The
figure has a bald head with a scarab on it. He is standing against a pilar which covers his
entire body. On this pillar the image of a goddess is carved. She has wings and a sundisk
with horns on her head, beside he head there are two Ma'at feathers.
gods
Isis
left side
faience
black/brown
efflorescence of glaze?
Late period
measurements
Depth
2,6 cm
width height
3,15 cm 8,7 cm/ 8,5 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
votive
literature
cat. Leemans A 186
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.277
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,186, a,b,c,d
location gods
animal
location animals
damage
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA 8: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
C 3 h, [21-nov-2006],
verplaatsing
Nephthys Winged goddess
right side back
crocodiles scarab
below feet on head
falcons
on shoulders
The figure originally had a falcon on each shoulder, but both are gone except for some
remains of the feet.
Leemans A186: Terre émaille.Le même dieu (ptah pataeque)
debout sur les têtes de deux crocodiles; sur chaque épaule un
épervier. Dans ses mains il tient deux serpens. Sur le derrière de
ces statues on a figuré la déesse Hathor ptérophore; sur les deux
côtés les déesses Isis et Nephtys.
Boeser: E.XVIII 277, Amuletten, Pataeken: staande op krokodillen
met eene kever op het hoofd.
4
snakes
in hands
AA 8
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
AA.VIII-1
3.5.1
bronze
green
casting
?
Type
A
description
Small Pataikos, dwarf figure on a plate. The back of the figure is not visible.
There are no details visible. The hands of the figure are placed on its belly. The
back of the bronze plate is smooth.
gods
no
location gods
measurements
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,9 cm 3,3 cm
animal
no
location animals
place
Egypt
damage
Title in TMS
object name
plaat; Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 116
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-1: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
No damage
Leemans A 116 : Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
5
AA.VIII-1
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-2
3.5.1
Type
A
description
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet act as the pedestal, and therefore there are no details of
the feet. He has crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly which
seems a bit square, with a belly button. His hands are fists and his arms are stretched
alongside his body. His collarbones are indicated. His face is very simply made and his head
is bald. His ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
Depth
1,3 cm
no
width height
1,7 cm 4,2 cm/ 4,3 cm
gods
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 113
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-2: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
There are very small holes in the face, arms and head.
Leemans A 113 : Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
6
AA.VIII-2
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-3
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet are standing on a pedestal,but are not very visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly with a belly button. His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body, but they don't
stretch as far as to touch his hips. His collarbones are indicated. His face is a bit crudely
made, with a big nose and his head is bald. His ears are big and his head is a bit stretched
to far. There is a hole for a string in the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
brown
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
Depth
1,4 cm
width height
1,9 cm 4,1 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 114
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-3: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
His bottom is slightly damaged.
Leemans A 114 : Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
7
AA.VIII-3
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-4
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly . His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is a bit
crudely made and his head is bald. His ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string in
the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,4 cm 3,3 cm/ 3,4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 117
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-4: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 117: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
8
AA.VIII-4
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-5
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, square, protruding
belly . His hands are fists and his arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are
indicated. His face is a bit crudely made and his head is bald. His ears are very simple.
There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
faience
light green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
2,2 cm 2,9 cm / 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 122
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-5: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
no real damage, just some small discolored spots.
Leemans A 122: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
9
AA.VIII-5
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-6
3.5.1
Type
A
description
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly . His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are
indicated. His face is a bit crudely made and his head is bald and stretched too long. His
ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
Depth
0,9 cm
no
width height
1,3 cm 3 cm/ 3,15 cm
gods
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 123
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-6: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 123: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
10
AA.VIII-6
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-7
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly . His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are indicated. His face is
a bit crudely made and his head is bald. His ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string
at the back of his face. The entire figure is stretched a bit to long, which gives him an odd
appearance.
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,4 cm 3,7 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 124
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-7: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
gods
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 124: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
11
AA.VIII-7
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
place
AA.VIII-8
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly. His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are
indicated. His face is a bit crudely made and his head is bald. His ears are very simple.
There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
Depth
1,15 cm
width height
1,45 cm 3,9 cm / 4 cm
Egypt
location gods
animal
no
location animals
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 125
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-8: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A 125: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
12
AA.VIII-8
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-9
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly . His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are
indicated. His face is a bit crudely made and his head is bald. His ears are very simple.
There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,6 cm 3,7 cm/ 3,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 126
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-9: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 126: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
13
AA.VIII-9
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-10
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, a small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly . His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are
indicated. His face is a bit crudely made, his eyes pop out which gives him a very alien
appearance. His head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at the
back of his face.
no
faience
blue-green with brown spots
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,3 cm 3,7 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 127
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-10: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
gods
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 127: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
14
AA.VIII-10
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-11
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a small protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly. His hands
are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His breasts are indicated.
His face is a bit crudely made, his eyes pop out and his left eye is lower then his right eye.
His head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string in the back of his
neck.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,5 cm 3,4 cm / 3,5 cm gods
no
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 128
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-11: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 128: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
15
AA.VIII-11
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
place
AA.VIII-12
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a small protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly.
His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is a bit
crudely made, his eyes pop out which gives him a very alien appearance. His head is bald
and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string in the back of his neck. He has a
sort of smile.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,3 cm 3 cm
Egypt
location gods
animal
no
location animals
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 129
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-12: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A 129: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
16
AA.VIII-12
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-13
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small protruding belly. His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is made
with few details, his eyes pop out. His head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a
hole for a string at the back of his face.
gods
no
faience
blue-green with brown spots
application of glaze?
Late Period
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,7 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 130
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-13: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 130: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
17
AA.VIII-13
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-14
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Small double faced and bodied Pataikos. Very crudely made, but it is visible that is a dwarf.
The bodies are very small and crunched together. The faces are very crude and barely
anything is recognisable, though this is not strange because it is a very small object. There
is a hole for a string in the middle, behind the lower part of the faces. there could be a
scarab on the head, but it is not clearly visible. there are some indication that it might be
though.
gods
no
faience
green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
Depth
0.8 cm
width height
0.95 cm 1,5 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
animal
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; double
location animals
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 131
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-14: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
No damage
Leemans A 131: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
18
AA.VIII-14
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-15
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Small figure of a Pataikos. It is very crudely made, the face is long and stretched and that is
also the case for the rest of the head. The body appears normal for a dwarflike figure, and
it is standing on a pedestal, which makes the feet barely visible. The hands are placed upon
the belly. There is a hole for a string behind his head
gods
no
faience
blue
application of glaze
?
Depth
0,6 cm
width height
0,6 cm 1,5 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 132
damage
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-15: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
No damage
Leemans A 132: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
19
AA.VIII-15
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-16
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, square, protruding
belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is
a bit crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string
in the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
0,7 cm
width height
0,9 cm 2 cm/ 1,9 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 133
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-16: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16-nov1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 133: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
20
AA.VIII-16
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-17
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
small, protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his
body. His face is a bit crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a
hole for a string in the middle, between the faces.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
Depth
0.7 cm
width height
0,9 cm 2 cm/ 2,1 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; double
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 134
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-17: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 134: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
21
AA.VIII-17
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-18
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a small, square, protruding belly. His hands
are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is a bit crudely
made, his head is bald and he has jug ears. There is a hole for a string at the back of his
face.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
0,9 cm 2,1 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; double
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 135
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-18: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 135: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
22
AA.VIII-18
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-19
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a small, protruding belly. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is a bit crudely made, his
head is bald and his face is a bit disformed. His trunk is a bit subsided. There is a hole for a
string at the back of his face.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze
?
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,1 cm 2,3 cm/ 2,4 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 136
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-19: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 136: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
23
AA.VIII-19
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-20
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. His face is a bit crudely made, his head is bald and his
ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string between the faces above the eyes.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,6 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; double
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 137
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-20: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 137: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
24
AA.VIII-20
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
AA.VIII-21
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. Simple and very basic figure, only minimum carvings
have been made to make it look like a dwarf. There is a hole for a string in the
back of its head.
gods
no
coraline
red
carved
?
measurements
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,3 cm 2,7 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 138
damage
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-21: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
animal
no
No damage
Leemans A 138: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
25
AA.VIII-21
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-22
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, square, protruding
belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is
a bit crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string
at the back of his head.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,3 cm 2,4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 139
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-22: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 139: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
26
AA.VIII-22
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-23
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, square, protruding
belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is
crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at
the back of his face.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
0,8 cm
width
1 cm
height
2,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 140
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-23: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A 140: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
27
AA.VIII-23
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-24
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, protruding belly. His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is a quite
detailed, his head is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at the
back of his face. The overall figure is nicely detailed.
gods
no
faience
blue
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
0,6 cm
width
1 cm
height
2,1 cm/2,2 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 141
damage
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-24: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16-nov1997]
no
No damage
Leemans A 141: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
28
AA.VIII-24
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-25
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a big, protruding belly. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is crudely made, his eyes
are popping out and his nose seems to be missing, his head is bald and his ears are very
simple. There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
Depth
0,7 cm
width height
0,75 cm 1,9 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 142
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-25: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 142: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
29
AA.VIII-25
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-26
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a big, protruding belly. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. His face is crudely made, his head
is bald and his ears are very simple. There is a hole for a string at the back of his face.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
0,7 cm
width height
0,9 cm 1,8 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 143
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-26: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16-nov1997]
no
location animals
No damage
Leemans A 143: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
30
AA.VIII-26
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-27
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Small and flat Pataikos, dwarf figure. The outlines of the figure are that of a dwarf, almost
no details, it very crudely made. There is a hole for a string on the top of its head.
faience
blue
efflorescence of glaze? ; casted in a mold?
New Kingdom
Depth
0,2 cm
width height
0,7 cm 1,7 cm
gods
no
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 144
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-27: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997
no
location animals
head is broken off from the body, both parts are kept together.
Leemans A 144: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
31
AA.VIII-27
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.VIII-28
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, protruding belly with
a big belly button. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his
body. His face is a quite detailed, his head is bald and his ears are a bit floppy but also
detailed. There is a hole for a string at the back of his neck. The overall figure is nicely
detailed.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period?
Depth
1,4 cm
width height
2,3 cm 5,5 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 115
cat. Boeser E.XX.112
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.VIII-28: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
no
location animals
damage
No damage, only some brown discoloration
Leemans A 115: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
Boeser E.XX 112 : Pataeke
32
AA.VIII-28
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AA.X
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs, big phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a small, protruding belly. His
hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. He probably holds
something in his hands, but it is difficult to see what that could be. His face is a quite
detailed and elongated, his head is bald with a scarab on it. His ears are a bit floppy. There
is a hole for a string at the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
Depth
1,2 cm
width height
1,3 cm 3,4 cm/ 3,5 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab
amulet
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 179 Mon. I,
2, Pl.III,179
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AA.X: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage; some residu of sand
Leemans A179: Le même dieu (ptah pataeque),
mais portant sur la tête la figure en reliëf du
scarabée, emblème de la génération et du monde
matèriel.
33
AA.X
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AE 11
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has
crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a small, protruding belly with a belly button.
His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body. The head is
broken off and missing There is no hole for a string, but that is probably broken off along
with the head.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,6 cm 4,3 cm/ 3,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
The head broken off and is missing
literature
former owner
J. Eisenberg
museum location
AE 11: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
34
AE 11
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
AO 1hh
3.11.0
Type
D
description
Small, golden Pataikos, dwarf figure. He stands on a very small pedestal, his feet are visible
and detailed with toes. He has crooked legs and a protruding bottom. He has a small,
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms and rest upon his hips. The figure
has a collar around his neck. His face is a quite detailed, his head is bald and his ears are a
bit floppy but also detailed. There is a hole for a string at the back of his neck, which is
placed upon the object separatly. The overall figure is nicely detailed.
gods
no
gold
gold
casted into a mold?
Ptolemaic ?
Depth
0,5 cm
width height
0,6 cm 1,2 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pendant; Pataikos
pendant
animal
damage
literature
cat. Leemans A 175
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.7
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
museum location
AO 1hh: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C
6 o, [16-nov-1997]
no
location animals
on the back there is some residu of paint, or something like that, it is not damaged.
Leemans A 175: Or. Phtah, Pataeque, enfant.
Boeser E.XVIII 7 : Pataeke, Goud.
35
AO 1hh
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
AO 5h
3.11.2
Type
A
description
Two Pataikoi, dwarf figures which are part of a necklace. Both figures are quite
detailed for their size, and they look similar to each other. They both stand on a
small pedestal, which merges with their feet. They have a protruding bottom
and a small phallus. Their arms are placed upon their belly. Their faces are a bit
crudely made, but have details, they have a bald head and simple ears. At the
back of their head they have a hole for a string.
date
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
measurements
upper pataeken
lower pataeken
Depth
0,6 cm
0,5 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Necklace; 2 rows; Pataikos; 2 pieces; Sachmet
amulet
gods
location gods
cat. Leemans G 122
cat. Boeser E.XIX.381
Mon. II, 10, Pl.XXXIX, 122
animal
color of material
Method
literature
width height
0,6 cm 1,3 cm
0,5 cm 1,2 cm
no
no
location animals
former owner
D´Anastasi 1780-1860
damage
museum location
No damage
AO 5h: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
C 4 n, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans G 122: Collier à deux rangs, formés de grains,
d'anneaux, etc. en émail, cornaline, verre coloré, et
orné de figurines de ptah pataeque et de pascht
léontocéphale.
Boeser E.XIX 381: keten van twee rijen kralen , een
sechmet, en twee dwerggoden, van email, cornalijn
enz.
36
AO 5h
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
AO 6a-2
3.11.2
Type
A
description
A Pataikos, dwarf figures which is part of a necklace with amulets. The left leg is
missing, the other leg is crooked. The arms of the figure rest on its protruding
belly. Its face is detailed with on both sides big jug ears.
gods
no
faience
glas
green
efflorescence of glaze?
New Kingdom
measurements
pataeken
necklace length
place
Depth
0,4 cm
32,5 cm
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
amuletnecklace; beetle; Pataikos; lotus ?
pendant
other
cat. Leemans G 110
cat. Boeser E.XIX.359
Mon. II, 10, Pl.XXXVIII, 110
literature
width height
0,8 cm 1,4 cm
animal
location gods
damage
location animals
left leg is missing
4 blue beats are missing form the necklace,
they are visible in a drawing in Monumens.
former owner
museum location
AO 6a-2: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 4 n, [30mrt-1999], retour bruikleen
Leemans G 110: collier formé de grains, cylindres,
figurines symboliques, un scarabée avec le nom
d'Amon, en émail de diverses nuances, agate, etc.
Boeser E.XIX. 359: keten van verschillende soorten van
kralen, pijpjes, een kever met "amon-re" enz. in email
enz.
37
no
AO 6a-2
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
BA 1
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, the feet are visible, and detailed with
toes. He has crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a big, protruding
belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face is quite
detailed, he even seems to be smiling a bit, his head is bald and he has jug ears. There is a
hole for a string at the back of his neck, which is decorated with some lines.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
1,5 cm
width height
2,5 cm 5,8 cm/ 5 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage, just some discoloration, mostly on the front of the figure.
literature
former owner
N.H. van Beeftingh
museum location
BA 1: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
38
BA 1
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
BA 2
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made, his head is bald
and his ears are simple. There is a hole for a string in the middle of his head.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,5 cm 3,6 cm/ 3,8 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
literature
former owner
N.H. van Beeftingh
museum location
BA 2: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
39
BA 2
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
BA 3
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly with a big belly
button. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face is
crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are simple and a bit pointy on the edges. There
is a hole for a string at the back of his head.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
0,8 cm
width
1 cm
height
2,6 cm/ 2,5 cm
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
literature
former owner
N.H. van Beeftingh
museum location
BA 3: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
40
BA 3
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
BA 4
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Very small Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He
has crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly with a
belly button. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face
is crudely made, his head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a hole for a string at his
backside.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
Depth
0,5 cm
width height
0,6 cm 1,1 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
literature
N.H. van Beeftingh
museum location
BA 4: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
41
location animals
damage
former owner
no
A very small bit is broken off at the right backside of the pedestal.
BA 4
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-36
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom. He has a protruding belly. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made and his eyes are
not aligned. His head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a hole for a string in the
middle of his head.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,8 cm/ 2,7 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; bavianekop
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
literature
former owner
cat. Leemans A 145
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
museum location
CI-36: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
damage
some small damages on the pedestal
Leemans A145: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
42
CI-36
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
CI-37
3.5.1
date
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
measurements
Depth
color of material
Method
width
height
3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 146
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E. Humbert
(3rd Journey). Collection
Cimba.
museum location
CI-37: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. There is a hole for a string in the middle of his head.
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
Leemans A146: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
43
CI-37
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-38
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his head.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,3 cm 2,9 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
no
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 149
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
museum location
CI-38: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A149: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
44
CI-38
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
CI-39
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is shallow. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his head.
gods
no
faience
green
application of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
1,2 cm
width height
1,4 cm 3,1 cm
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 150
damage
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
museum location
CI-39: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
no
Old conservation string left a mark (the color where it was is lighter then the rest of the
body); the suspension loop is broken.
Leemans A150: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
45
CI-39
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-40
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is very crudely made with almost no facial
features. His head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of
his head.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,1 cm 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
literature
cat. Leemans A 151
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
museum location
CI-40: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
damage
Leemans A151: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
46
CI-40
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-41
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held
alongside his body. His face is crudely made. His head is high and bald and his ears are
simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his head.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,2 cm 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 152
location animals
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
damage
museum location
CI-41: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
no
there are a lot of small holes on the object.
Leemans A151: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
47
CI-41
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-42
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is shallow. His head is bald and he has jug ears.
The amulet is outstretched and flat. There is a suspension loop on the back of his head.
faience
green
now a bit brownish
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
?
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,6 cm 4,4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 157
animal
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E. Humbert
(3rd Journey). Collection Cimba.
gods
jug ears
no
no
location animals
museum location
damage
CI-42: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A157: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
48
CI-42
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-43
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his head.
faience
blue
was blue, now vage
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
1,3 cm
width
2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
height
3,7 cm/ 3,8 cm
gods
no
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 158
location animals
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
damage
museum location
CI-43: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
no
small holes all over the object
Leemans A158: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
49
CI-43
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-44
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. There is a suspension loop in his neck.
gods
no
faience
brown
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
measurements
Depth
1,2 cm
width height
1,7 cm 3,6 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 159
location animals
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E. Humbert
(3rd Journey). Collection Cimba.
damage
museum location
CI-44: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
no
some strange orange/red substance comes from it's head which holds some
pieces which are broken off. It is hard.
Leemans A159: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
50
CI-44
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-45
3.5.1
Depth
0,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 160 (Op
voorwerp nummer CI, niet in
Leemans.)
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
museum location
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. His head is broken off.
gods
no
faience
blue
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
former owner
Type
width
1 cm
height
1,2 cm
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
head is missing
CI-45: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A160: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
51
CI-45
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-46
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs and a protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held upon his
belly. His face has no facial features. His head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a
suspension loop on the back of his head. He is standing against a back pillar.
gods
no
faience
blue
application of glaze?
?
measurements
Depth
0,6 cm
width height
0,7 cm 1,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 161
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
animal
museum location
no
location animals
damage
No damage
CI-46: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A161: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
52
CI-46
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-47
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs and a protruding belly and promenent butt. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held upon his wide hips. His face is very detailed. His head is bald and his ears are
simple. He has a collar around his neck. There is a suspension loop in his head.
gods
no
faience
green
application of glaze?
?
measurements
Depth
0,7 cm
width
1 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
height
1,2 cm/ 1,3 cm
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 165
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
animal
museum location
no
location animals
damage
No damage
CI-47: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A165: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
53
CI-47
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-48
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging eyes. His head is
bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
white
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width
1 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
height
2,8 cm
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 168
location animals
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E. Humbert
(3rd Journey). Collection Cimba.
damage
museum location
CI-48: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
no
No damage
Leemans A168: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
54
CI-48
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-49
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging eyes. His head is
bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
white
was green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,9 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 172
animal
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
no
location animals
museum location
damage
old conservations strings have left some marks
neck has been restored on the body
CI-49: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B
3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A172: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
55
CI-49
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-50
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging eyes. His head is
bald and he has jug ears. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
green
vage
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width
1 cm
height
2,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 173
animal
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
gods
no
no
location animals
museum location
damage
No damage
CI-50: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A173: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
56
CI-50
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-51
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are barely visible. He has crooked
legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging eyes. His head is
bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
blue
very vage
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,7 cm
width height
0,9 cm 1,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 174
location animals
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
damage
museum location
CI-51: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
no
No damage
Leemans A174: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
57
CI-51
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-52
3.5.1
Depth
0,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab
amulet
former owner
museum location
A
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. There is a scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies
between the necks.
gods
no
faience
green
application of glaze
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
literature
Type
width height
0,9 cm 1,4 cm/ 1,5 cm
cat. Leemans A 180
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,180
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
location gods
animal
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
CI-52: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 180: Le même dieu (ptah Pataeque) à
double face avec le scarabée sur la tête.
58
CI-52
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-53
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. There is a scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies
between the necks.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
0,9 cm 1,6 cm/ 1,7 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 181
location gods
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
animal
museum location
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
CI-53: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 181: Le même dieu (ptah Pataeque) à
double face avec le scarabée sur la tête.
59
CI-53
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-54
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. The faces are a bit crooked but detailed, with jug
ears. There is a scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies between the necks.
gods
no
faience
green
a bit dirty
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
1,2 cm
width height
1,7 cm 3,1 cm/ 3,2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab; double
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 182
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
animal
museum location
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
CI-54: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 182: Le même dieu (ptah Pataeque) à
double face avec le scarabée sur la tête.
60
CI-54
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
CI-55
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. The faces are a bit crooked but detailed, with jug
ears. There is a scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies between the necks.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,4 cm 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab; double
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 185
former owner
Maria Cimba
Bought by kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
Collection Cimba.
animal
museum location
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
CI-55: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte,
B 3 c, [16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 185: Le même dieu (ptah Pataeque) à
double face avec le scarabée sur la tête.
61
CI-55
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM9
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. His face is quite detailed and eyebrows are indicated. His head
is bald and big compared to his body and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop
on the back of his neck.
faience
green
most brown now due corrosion
application of glaze
Late Period
measurements
Depth
2,7 cm
width
3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
height
7,7 cm
gods
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 112
Mon. I, 2, Pl.III,112
no
no
location animals
damage
small damaged spots, maybe due to salt?
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM9: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
Leemans A 112: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
62
EG-ZM9
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM813
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. There is a indication for a second head, but there are
no features a all, just a shape. His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He
has crooked legs and he has a protruding belly. His arms are crooked and are stretched
alongside his body and his hands are placed on his hips. There is no suspension loop
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
0,5 cm
width height
0,7 cm 1,6 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 111
location gods
animal
no
location animals
former owner
damage
museum location
No damage
EG-ZM813: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
Leemans A 111: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
63
EG-ZM813
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM815
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs
and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held
alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging eyes. His head is bald and his
ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period - Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,7 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; bavianekop
amulet
gods
no
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 148
animal
former owner
museum location
no
location animals
EG-ZM815: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A 148: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
64
EG-ZM815
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM816
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs
and a protruding bottom and belly. He has broad hips and upper legs. His hands are fists
and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His face is crudely made with bulging
eyes and an upturned nose. His head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension
loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period ?
measurements
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,5 cm 3,4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 153
animal
former owner
museum location
no
location animals
EG-ZM816: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16-nov1997]
damage
right hand is broken off
Leemans A 153: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
65
EG-ZM816
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM818
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs
and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held
alongside his body. His face is crudely made without facial features. His head is bald and
his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
measurements
Depth
0,6 cm
width height
0,9 cm 1,8 cm/ 1,9 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 164
animal
former owner
museum location
no
location animals
EG-ZM818: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16-nov1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A 164 Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
66
EG-ZM818
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM819
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. The faces are a bit crooked with bulging eyes. A
suspension loop lies between the necks.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width
1 cm
height
2,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 167
animal
no
location animals
former owner
damage
museum location
No damage
EG-ZM819: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
Leemans A 167: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
67
EG-ZM819
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM820
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs
and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held
alongside his body. His face is detailed but superficial. His head is bald and he has jug ears.
There is a collar around the neck. He is standing against a back pillar. There is a suspension
loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period?
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,2 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 171
animal
former owner
museum location
no
location animals
EG-ZM820: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
damage
No damage
Leemans A 171: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
68
EG-ZM820
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM821
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. He has jug ears and his face is a bit crooked. There is a
scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies between the necks.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width
1 cm
height
1,9 cm/ 2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab; double
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 183
animal
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM821: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3
c, [16-nov-1997]
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
Leemans A 183: Terre émaillée. Le même dieu
(ptah pataeque) à double face avec le scarabée sur
la tête.
69
EG-ZM821
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM822
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. His face is quite detailed and eyebrows are indicated. His head
is bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
black
efflorescence of glaze?
Ptolemaic
measurements
Depth
1,3 cm
width height
1,8 cm 3,9 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.110
animal
no
location animals
former owner
damage
museum location
No damage
EG-ZM822: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
Boeser E.XX 110: Pataeke
70
EG-ZM822
dirt in belly button
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
EG-ZM823
3.5.1
date
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Ptolemaic
measurements
Depth
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
color of material
Method
width
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs
and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held
alongside his body. His face is detailed but superficial. His head is bald and he has jug ears.
There is a collar around the neck. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
height
4,8 cm
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.111
former owner
museum location
no
location animals
damage
EG-ZM823: RMO-2
Rapenburg, Rapenburg,
Egyptenaren, 164, [14-sep2001], verplaatsing
Boeser E.XX 111: Pataeke
location in museum
71
EG-ZM823
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM824
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. His face is quite detailed but crooked. His head is bald and his
ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period-Late Period
measurements
Depth
1,5 cm
width height
2,1 cm 4,3 cm/ 4,4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.113
animal
gods
no
no
location animals
former owner
damage
museum location
EG-ZM824: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [10aug-2011], retour bruikleen
Boeser E.XX 113: Pataeke
72
EG-ZM824
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
EG-ZM825
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. In his face details are visible, but they are very superficial or
faded. His head is bald and his ears are simple. There is a suspension loop on the back of
his neck.
faience
black
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period-Late Period
measurements
Depth
1,4 cm
width
2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
height
4,1 cm/ 4,2 cm
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.114
damage
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM825: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
Boeser E.XX 114: Pataeke
73
EG-ZM825
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
F1934/10.170
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. In his face details are visible, but they are very superficial or
faded. His head is bald and he has jug ears. There is a suspension loop on the back of his
neck.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ?
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,35 cm 2,6 cm/ 2,75 cm gods
no
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
animal
literature
no
location animals
damage
former owner
A. Tj. Van der Meulen
legalist
museum location
F 1934/10.170: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [22-nov2012], verplaatsing
* photo's courtesy of RMO
74
F1934 10.170
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
F 1934/10.176
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Small and flat Pataikos, dwarf figure. Crudely made, but some details are visible. The back
is flat and smooth. It looks like there is some evidence from very stylistic crocodiles under
the feet. The figure has jug ears and a small nose is visible. The body is that of a dwarf with
crooked legs and arms. There is a hole for a string on the top of its head.
faience
blue
application of glaze?; casted in mold?
New Kingdom
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,35 cm 3,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
location gods
animal
location animals
damage
literature
former owner
A. Tj. Van der Meulen
legalist
museum location
F 1934/10.176: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
* Photo above courtesy
75
F 1934 10.176
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1934/11.33
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. he has jug ears and his face is a bit crooked. There is a
scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies between the necks.
faience
green
dark
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or later
measurements
Depth
2cm
width height
2,2 cm 2,5 cm/ 2,6 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
gods
location gods
literature
animal
former owner
mw. J. Leembruggen -von Lieben
Donateur
museum location
F 1934/11.33: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
location animals
damage
76
F 1934 11.33
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
F 1940/11.37
3.11.2
date
faience
cornalijn
green
of pataeken
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period - Saitische Periode
measurements
left pataeken
right pataeken
place
Depth
0,6 cm
0,6 cm
Napata
Title in TMS
amulettenketting;
wedjatoog; 7 stuks; Bes;
pataeke; aap
pendant (hanger)
color of material
Method
width height
0,7 cm 1,6 cm
1 cm 2,1 cm
Type
D
description
A necklace with protective amulets with two Pataikoi. Both have a scarab on their head.
Both Pataikoi have their hands on their belly. They have crooked legs. Their faces have
almost no details.
gods
no
location gods
animal
object name
no
location animals
damage
No damage
literature
former owner
F.W. von Bissing
Bought from the former collection of
von Bissing in 's-Gravenhage.
Coming from different digs in
Napata.
museum location
F 1940/11.37: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 4 b, [12dec-2006], verplaatsing
77
F 1940 11.37
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1940/11.69
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his belly. A suspension loop lies between the necks.
gods
no
faience
green
?
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period- Late
Period
measurements
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
0,9 cm 1,8 cm
place
Napata
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
location gods
animal
no
location animals
former owner
museum location
78
F.W. von Bissing
Bought from the former collection of damage
von Bissing in 's-Gravenhage.
Coming from different digs in
Napata.
The head has been restored, and placed on the body again.
F 1940/11.69: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
F 1940 11.69
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
F 1947/11.11
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure with a double face. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He
has crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and
his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His eyes are blob like, he has a big nose and
his lips are bend downwards. There is an extra face at the back of his head, but the body is
not double. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
brown
/red
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period?
Depth
1,5 cm
width height
1,5 cm 3,7 cm/ 3,9 cm
place
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
animal
former owner
A. Rubbens
location animals
museum location
F 1947/11.11: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [30nov-2006], verplaatsing
damage
79
no
No damage
F 1947 11.11
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1948/6.3
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His eyes are blob like, he has a big
nose and his lips are almost smiling. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
green
application of glaze?
Ptolemaic
measurements
Depth
1 cm
width height
2,1 cm 3,2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
location animals
former owner
E.P.E. van Vrijberghe de Coningh
museum location
F 1948/6.3: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [10-jan2007], verplaatsing
80
no
damage
No damage
F 1948 6.3
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1955/2.30
3.5.1
Type
E
description
The amulet has a lot of attributes. It stands on two crocodiles, it has two sticks or feathers in
its hands, in its mouth he has two snakes which seem to come from his arms. On this head is
a scarab. He has a back pillar with inscriptions. These inscriptions are very crude however
and unreadable, though they look like animals. They might be the same inscriptions as on
F1955/2.31, so cryptographic names of Amon, but because it is not really legible it is difficult
to determine. The amulet also has some signs beneath the base.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
New Kingdom or Third Intermediate Period
measurements
Depth
1,95 cm
width height
1,95 cm 6 cm/ 6,2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarab
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
location animals
snakes
crocodiles
in mouth below feet
damage
No damage
literature
former owner
prof. dr. L. Keimer
museum location
F 1955/2.30: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
*black and white photo's courtesy of RMO
81
F 1955 2.30
scarab
on head
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
F 1955/2.31
3.7.6
B
description
F 1955/2.31 is a different kind of Pataikos then the three others just mentioned. The
Pataikos is standing on two crocodiles. These crocodiles are special because only one has his
head to the front of the statue. The other one faces to the back of the object with his tail in
front. This rendering of the crocodiles is unique to this collection and they are also very
detailed. He holds sticks in his hands and has snakes in his mouth. He seems to have a tight
cap around his head with a scarab on top. Next to him stands the moon god Chonsoe with a
moon disk and crescent on his head. They stand against a back slab with cryptographic
inscriptions on the back about Amun: ‘Light-scarab-noblemen ’ (IAXw-tA-ms=Imn ) , ‘LotusLion-Ram ’ (srp.t-mAj–srjw=sms ) , which means ‘Amun the elder’. This is a common title of
Amun in papyri and also occurs one some Pataikos . Below the feet there are inscriptions
too with titles of Amon-Re.
gods
Chonsoe
right side
faience
light green
efflorescence of glaze?
?
Depth
width height
2,2 cm
3,3 cm 6 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
literature
Chonsoe; Pataikos; standing
votive
Schneider, Kunsthandwerk
(Amsterdam 1995), 84-6 nr. 35
M.L. Ryhiner, RdE 29 (1977), 127 nr.
22 (À propos de trigrammes
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.
org/record.aspx?id=14358
prof. dr. L. Keimer
F 1955/2.31: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 j,
[23-nov-2006], verplaatsing
former owner
museum location
Type
location gods
animal
location animals
scarab
on head
crocodiles
below feet
snakes
in mouth
damage
some cracks in the figurine, maybe due to salt?
Schneider: "Een zeldzaam groepje van dergelijke beeldjes is een amulet,
waarin het Bes-kind Pataikos en het maangodje Chonsoe zijn gecombineerd.
Het stukjes (op 84) is van lichtgroene faience en is 6 cm hoog. Op het rugvlak
staan twee van de vele, raadselachtige namen van dezelfde, ongrijpbare god
Amon: Licht-scarabee-edele en Lotus-leeuw-ram ."
Verder zegt hij:
"behalve als afbeeldingen in het Dodenboek stonden deze toverwezens,
vooral de kind- en dwerggodjes, de gebruikers ook in de vorm van kleine
beeldjes ter beschikking. Dergelijke amuletstatuettes zijn meestal van
groene of blauwe faience gemaakt, en zijn in grote aantallen bewaard
gebleven. Zij zijn evenzovele pogingen van de tovenaar-handwerksman om
de alomtegenwoordige god Amon-Re, De verhevene en Grote Verborgene,
wiens openbaringen verborgen zijn en wiens echte vorm geheim is, voor de
gelovigen tastbaar te maken."
* the black and white photo's and the most left courtesey of RMO
82
F 1955 2.31
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
F 1983/4.14
5.1.3
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His head is broken off. There is a
suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Ptolemaic
Depth
1,3 cm
width height
1,8 cm 3,2 cm
gods
place
Egypt
location gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location animals
literature
damage
former owner
Gift from Gemeentemuseum
Arnhem. From the collection of Van
der Toorn from Arnhem.
museum location
F 1983/4.14: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[21-nov-2006], verplaatsing
83
animal
head is broken off
F 1983 4.14
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1983/4.15
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet are broken off. He has crooked legs, small phallus and a
protruding bottom and belly. He has a belly button. His hands are holding sticks and are
placed on his belly. On his head there is a scarab, in his mouth he seems to have snakes,
but not sure.There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
faience
blue
application of glaze?
Grieks-Romeinse Periode;
Ptolemaeisch
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
place
Egypt
width height
1,7 cm/ 1,6
3,2 cm
gods
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
location animals
former owner
damage
Gift from Gemeentemuseum
Arnhem. From the collection of Van
der Toorn from Arnhem.
museum location
F 1983/4.15: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[21-nov-2006], verplaatsing
scarab
on head
snakes
in hands
legs broken off
* Photo above courtesey of RMO
84
F 1983 4.15
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
place
Title in TMS
object name
literature
former owner
museum location
F 1987/3.12
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body, his muscles are indicated by 3
horizontal grooves. His eyes are blob like and his lips are straight. There is a suspension
loop on the back of his neck. The entire figure is a bit blocky.
faience
white
pale blue and bright bluish green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period ; 5e-4e century
Depth
width height
1 cm
1,5 cm 3,8 cm
surrounding areas of the tomb of
Paser, Saqqara, Egypt
Pataikos; standing
amulet
M.J. Raven, in: G.T. Martin, Paser
and Ra'ia (Londen 1985), cat. 67a
M.J. Raven, OMRO 69 (1989), 7
opgraving RMO/EES, 1981
Gift from the Egypt Exploration
Society. Granted to the RMO in
exchange for financial support of the
expedition
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
No damage
F 1987/3.12: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[20-mei-2008], verplaatsing
Martin Page 27: cat. 67: two faience amulets of Pataichos, standing,. Plate
32. 81-S115 and S110. Details are incised, no back pillar. Suspension loop at
the back of the head. Pale blue and bright bluish-green. Ht. 3,75 and 3,9cm.
Width 1,5 and 1,3 cm. depth 1,0 cm. provenance: shaft C. south chamber
and, bottem of the shaft. Date: Dynasty XXVII to XXX. reference: Cf. petrie,
amulets, no. 176, with pl. 31.
OMRO 69 page 7: Amulet, Pataekos F 1987/3.12; 3.8 x 1.5 x 1.0 cm; faience;
near tomb of Paser; late period, 5th-4th cent. B.C.
85
F 1987 3.12
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
F 1987/3.16
3.11.2
Type
A
description
necklace in multiple color beats,
and with one little green/blue
pataikos. Few details are visible.
gods
no
aardewerk ; faience ; bergkristal
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late period
measurements
pataeken
necklace
place
Depth
width height
0,4 cm
0,5 cm 1,1 cm
116 cm
tomb of Ioeroedef; SAK 85-S 17;
Begraving 40, Saqqara, Egypt
Title in TMS
necklace; wire; cresant; kat;
pataikos; lotus
pendant (hanger)
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
object name
literature
former owner
museum location
86
M.J. Raven, The tomb of Iurudef
(Leiden/Londen 1991), cat. 63
M.J. Raven, OMRO 69 (1989), 7
Opgraving RMO/EES 1985
Gift from the Egypt Exploration
Society. Granted to the RMO in
exchange for financial support of the
expedition
F 1987/3.16: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 5 a,
[05-sep-2012], terugplaatsing depot
F 1987 3.16
Raven, Tomb of Iurudef: Cat. 63, page 43: Amuletic necklace, faience,
alabaster, and rock crystal. Plates 41, 45-46. 85-S17 = Leiden
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden inv. F 1987/3.16. Shapes: single, double,
triple, quadruple and six-fold disc, ridged, ribbed, barrel, flatened
barrel, double spacer, cylinder. colours: blue, green, red, white, black,
yellow. pendants: two blue crescents, two green cats (?), black poppyseed, black lotus, green pataekos, four crystal pebbles, alabaster
pebble. reconstrustion based on original fragments and on the
assumption that all amulets belonged to one necklace. length 116
cm. provenance: Chamber A, burial 40, on pelvis. date : third
intermediate period. references: Cf. Brunton and Engelbach, gurob
(London, 1927), pl XXX. 8. pls XLII-XLV nos. 1j-L, 39 B, 45R, 47F, 55E,
56M, 58Q, 73Y,86P; Petrie, Amulets (london, 1914), pl VI.851, pl
XLV.123m; Brunton, Matmar (London, 1948), 83 (pebbles(; see also
cat 56. p. 28 : burial no. 40: old aged male.
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
F 1994/9.3
3.5.1
date
steatite
brown
?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
color of material
Method
width height
2,2 cm 4,7 cm
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. It stands on the heads of two crocodiles, has two snakes in his
hands. It has a dwarflike body. On his head there is a scarab and it seems like he either has
a tight cap on his head or a line to indicate its hair. On his back there is a goddess with
wings, a sun disk on her head with horns and there are feathers above her arms. The thing
that makes it look different is the face, the lips are thick and protruding and the nose is big.
gods
Isis or Hathor
back
location gods
place
Egypt
animal
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; krokodil; slang; Isis
amulet
damage
literature
Raven, Schneider (Recent
Acquisitions Egypt), OMRO 75
(1995), 138
C. Greco, Mòmies Egípcies, El Secret
de la Vida Eterna (2012) 125, 125
cat. 47
former owner
museum location
dhr. A. Fatatri
F 1994/9.3: RMO-4, reizende tt,
Spanje, [12-mrt-2012],
tentoonstelling
OMRO 75:
b.10 Amulet-Statuette of Ptah
(Pataekos). H. 4,7 cm w. 2,2 cm;
steatite; unknown; late period; art
market
location animals
snakes
in hands
scarab
on head
currently in a travalling exhibition in Spain
87
F 1994 9.3
crocodiles
below feet
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
H-8
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet are broken off He has crooked legs, small phallus and a
protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held alongside
his body. His head is big, his eyes are sunken in and detailed.There is a suspension loop on
the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
brown
with black spots
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period?
measurements
Depth
1,9 cm
width height
2,3 cm 4,5 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 170
former owner
J.E. Humbert 1771-1839
location animals
museum location
H-8: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
damage
animal
no
Feet are broken off and his nose too.
Leemans A 170: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
88
H-8
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
H.III.K
3.5.1
Type
E
description
H.III.K is a small (2.8 cm) object which has many attributes: He stands on crocodiles, which are
almost not recognizable when you do not know what to look for. He has sticks of snakes in his
hands and snakes in his mouth. He has a scarab on his head. Hehas a back pillar on which the
old inventory number is written.
gods
no
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
date
measurements
Depth
width
height
2,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarabee
amulet
literature
former owner
museum location
89
location gods
animal
J.E. Humbert 1771-1839
Bought from kolonel J.E.
Humbert (3rd Journey).
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
No damage
crocodiles
below feet
H.III.K: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
H.III.K
snakes
in mouth
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
I 1934/11.27
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet were broken of but are restored, they are quite detailed.
He has crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly
button. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His is big, his
eyes are sunken in and detailed.There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
black
efflorescence of glaze?
Greco-Roman Period/ Ptolemaic
measurements
Depth
1,4 cm
width height
1,9 cm 4 cm/ 4,2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
location animals
former owner
mw. J. Leembruggen -von Lieben
museum location
I 1934/11.27: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[21-nov-2006], verplaatsing
90
no
damage
feet were broken, restored
I 1934 11.27
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
L.III.38-c
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. His eyes are blob like, he has a
crooked nose. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
blue-green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period?
measurements
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,8 cm 4 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
cat. Leemans A 155
location animals
former owner
J. de Lescluze
damage
museum location
L.III.38-c: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[21-nov-2006], verplaatsing
no
Leemans A 155: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
*Photo above courtesy of RMO
91
L.III.38-c
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
L.III.38-d
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body, his muscles are indicated by 2
horizontal grooves. His eyes are blob like and his lips are straight. There is a suspension
loop on the back of his neck. The entire figure is a bit blocky.
faience
blue-green a bit dirty
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period-Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,9 cm
width height
1,2 cm 2,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 169
animal
former owner
J. de Lescluze
gods
no
no
location animals
damage
museum location
L.III.38-d: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 169: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
92
L.III.38-d
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
L.XIII.18
3.5.1
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. Stands with his feet on the heads of two crocodiles. He holds snakes in
his hands which rest on his chest. On his shoulders are two falcons. He has a scarab on his head.
He stands against a back pillar on which a winged goddess is carved in with a sun disk with horns
on her head. Above her wings are feathers depicted. On both of his sides stands a goddess, Isis is
standing on the right and Nephthys on the left side. Suspension loop extention with lines for
decoration
gods
Isis
right side
Nephthys
left side
falcons
scarab
on shoulders on head
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
2,5 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
Pataikos; standing; crocodile;
falcon; Isis; Hathor; Nephthys
votive
location gods
cat. Leemans A 187
cat. Boeser E.XVIII.275
location animals
crocodiles
below feet
former owner
J. de Lescluze
damage
there is some damage on a couple of places.
museum location
L.XIII.18: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 h,
[21-apr-2011], terugplaatsing depot
object name
literature
width height
3,5 cm 7,2 cm /7,5 cm
animal
Leemans A 187: Terre émaille.Le même dieu (ptah
pataeque) debout sur les têtes de deux crocodiles; sur
chaque épaule un épervier. Dans ses mains il tient deux
serpens. Sur le derrière de ces statues on a figuré la
déesse Hathor ptérophore; sur les deux côtés les déesses
Isis et Nephtys.
Boeser E.XVIII. 275: Staande op krokodillen me eene kever
op het hoofd en eene gevleugelde isis aan den rug.
93
L.XIII.18
Winged goddess
back
snakes
in hands
?
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
RO.I.F 12
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet are broken off He has crooked legs, small phallus and a
protruding bottom and belly. He has a belly button. His hands are fists and his crooked
arms are held alongside his body. He has jug ears, and a bit of a crooked face.There is a
suspension loop on the back of his neck.
gods
no
faience
green
was green now brownish
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period
measurements
Depth
0,8 cm
width height
1,1 cm 2,1 cm/ 2,2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 166
location gods
former owner
kolonel B.E.A. Rottiers
animal
no
location animals
museum location
RO.I.F 12: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
damage
feet are broken off.
Leemans A 166: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
94
RO.I.F 12
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
RO.I.F 14
3.5.1
Type
C
description
Double faced and bodied Pataikos, dwarf figure. Both sides are very similar to each other.
His feet stand on a pedestal, but they are barely visible. He has crooked legs and he has a
protruding belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms are stretched alongside his body
and his hands are placed on his hips. he has jug ears and his face is a bit crooked. Both
faces have a big nose. There is a scarab on his head. A suspension loop lies between the
necks.
gods
no
faience
light green
efflorescence of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period or Later
Depth
0,9 cm
width
1 cm
height
1,8 cm
place
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarabee
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 184
former owner
kolonel B.E.A. Rottiers
location gods
animal
museum location
RO.I.F 14: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
location animals
scarab
on head
damage
Leemans A 184: Terre émaillée. Le même dieu
(ptah pataeque) à double face avec le scarabée sur
la tête.
95
RO.I.F 14
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
TU-22
3.5.1
Type
A
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. He has a big belly button. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body, his muscles are indicated by one
horizontal groove. His eyes are blob like and nose and lips are one block. There is a
suspension loop on the back of his neck. On the top of his head is a small hole.
faience
blue-green
application of glaze?
Third Intermediate Period-Late Period
Depth
1 cm
width height
1,4 cm 3 cm/ 2,9 cm
place
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; baboonhead
amulet
gods
location gods
literature
cat. Leemans A 147
animal
former owner
Tulin
no
no
location animals
damage
museum location
TU-22: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
Leemans A 147: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
96
TU-22
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
ZN 661
3.5.1
Type
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has crooked legs,
small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are fists and his crooked arms
are held alongside his body. He has small eyes and his lips are almost smiling. There is a
suspension loop on the back of his neck. The figure is overall quite flat. he has a scarab on
his head.
faience
green
efflorescence of glaze?
Late Period?
measurements
Depth
1,1 cm
width height
1,6 cm 2,3 cm/ 3,8 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; scarabee
amulet
literature
gods
location gods
animal
location animals
scarab
on head
snakes
in hands
former owner
damage
museum location
97
ZN 661: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 3 c,
[16-nov-1997]
ZN 661
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
measurements
ZN 755
Type
B
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure, unfortunately very worn down. The feet are broken off as is de upper
left side. All that is still there is the trunk, the legs above the knees, and the left shoulder, on
which a falcon is sitting. The figure has a goddess on its sides; they are both visible but also
worn. There is a scarab on the head. On the back pillar there is a winged goddess depicted
with a sun disk and horns and feathers above the arms.
gods
Nephthys Isis
left side right side
faience
white
was green
?
Late Period
Depth
2,1 cm
width height
3,3 cm 6 cm
place
Title in TMS
object name
literature
pataikos; scarab; backpillar; Isis;
Nephthys
votive
location gods
animal
Isis or Hathor
back
location animals
scarab
on head
falcons
snakes
on shoulders in hands
damage
feet missing, like most of the right side
former owner
museum location
98
ZN 755: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 4 c,
[16-nov-1997]
ZN 755
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
Method
date
? Van plaat: E.XX 110-114
3.5.1
D
description
Pataikos, dwarf figure. His feet stand on a pedestal, but are visible. He has
crooked legs, small phallus and a protruding bottom and belly. His hands are
fists and his crooked arms are held alongside his body. The details of his face
are gone. There is a suspension loop on the back of his neck but is is broken.
there is a decorated collar around his neck.
gods
no
faience
white
?
Late Period?
measurements
Depth
2 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Type
width height
2,5 cm 3,4 cm
Pataikos; standing
amulet
location gods
animal
literature
location animals
former owner
damage
museum location
99
RMO-1 Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c,
no
suspension loop is broken.
number 3 beneath his foot, reference to position on the card.
Appendix 2: Database 2
the one that are left out of the database used for
the thesis, but are part of the collection of Pataikoi.
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
AED 6
EG-ZM198
EG-ZM264
EG-ZM814
EG-ZM817
EG-ZM952
EG-ZM2775
F 1934/11.40
F 1940/10.38
F 1940/12.27
F 1983/7.2
F 1983/7.3
F 1984/11.3
F 1988/1.1
F 2010/7.1
L.III.38-b
inventory number
rubrieknummer
AED 6
3.5.1
form
description
material
faience
gods
color of material
location gods
date
animal
measurements
Depth
width
height
3,7 cm
location animals
damage
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
beeld; pantheistisch; pataeke; apekop; vleugel; staart
amulet
literature
former owner
E.D.J. Dutilh
museum location
AED 6: RMO-4, zoek,
[probleem] [01-mei-1998],
zoekmelding
101
AED 6
inventory numberAED 98
inventory number3.7.6
rubrieknummer
material
Type
F
description
faience
gods
color of material
Method
location gods
date
Late Period
measurements
Depth
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
God; Pantheïstisch; Staand
votief
literature
Cat. Boeser E.XVIII.301
former owner
Dutilh, E.D.J.
animal
width
height
7.5 cm
location animals
damage
In a showcase in the current exhibition of Egypt
museum location [AED 98] RMO-2 Rapenburg,
Rapenburg, Egyptenaren, 181
102
AED 98
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
EG-ZM198
3.5.1
form
description
Dwarf figure. He holds a kind of jar in it's left hand. Something is in the place of its left arm,
or it is a very big arm. The face features are visible. It is a dwarf, it is visible at the legs. It's
head is a bit tilted to the right. At the back, which is smooth, there is a big hole.
gods
no
faience
color of material
date
Greco-Roman Period (?)
location gods
measurements
Depth
1,3 cm
width height
2,4 cm 4,3 cm
animal
no
location animals
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
damage
statuette; god; Pataikos; standing; pot
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans D 162
cat. Boeser E.XX.67-72
Mon. II, 9, Pl.XXVII, 162
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM198: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
Leemans D 162: Terre émaillée. Statuette en hautreliëf, représentant un enfant entièrement nu.
Boeser E.XX 67-72 : Harpocrates
103
EG-ZM198
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
EG-ZM264
3.5.1
color of material
faience
green
date
Late Period
measurements
Depth
3,5 cm
width height
1,9 cm 4,7 cm
form
F
description
Pantheistic dwarf figure with a ram head. He has a Atef crown on his head with a wig. His
back is that of a falcon.
gods
no
location gods
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
god; pantheïstic
votive
animal
location animals
ram
head
falcon
back
damage
literature
cat Boeser E.XVIII.300
former owner
E. Couturier
museum location
EG-ZM264: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 4 c, [16nov-1997]
104
EG-ZM264
inventory number
rubrieknummer
EG-ZM814
3.5.1
form
description
material
faience
gods
color of material
location gods
date
animal
measurements
Depth
width
height
3,2 cm
location animals
damage
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
There is no object with this number, I suspect that it is the object listed as 'unknown'.
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.110-114
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM814: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, B 3 c, [16nov-1997]
Boeser E.XX 110-114: Pataeke
105
EG-ZM814
inventory number
rubrieknummer
EG-ZM817
3.5.1
form
description
material
faience
gods
color of material
location gods
date
animal
measurements
Depth
width
height
6,4 cm
location animals
damage
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 156
Missing
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM817: RMO-4, zoek,
[probleem] [01-mei-1998],
zoekmelding
Leemans A 156: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée,
schiste cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la
forme d’un nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement
nu, l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des
Romains.
106
EG-ZM817
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
EG-ZM952
3.5.1
color of material
faience
blue-green
date
Late Period
measurements
Depth
2,7 cm
width height
1,1 cm 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
statuette; pantheic;
pataikos; monkeys head;
wings; tail
amulet
literature
cat. Boeser E.XX.229
form
F
description
Pantheistic dwarf figure, with a ram head an the back of a falcon
gods
no
location gods
animal
location animals
ram
head
falcon
tail
damage
The top of the head is broken.
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM952: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 i, [23-nov2006], verplaatsing
cat. Boeser E.XX.229: pantheïstische godenbeeldjes
107
EG-ZM952
inventory number
rubrieknummer
material
color of material
EG-ZM2775
3.5.1
description
Pantheistic dwarf figure, with a monkey head and the tail of a falcon which is quite
detailed.
gods
no
faience
green
date
measurements
form
location gods
Depth
1,7 cm
width height
1,2 cm 3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
statuette; pantheic; pataikos;
monkeys head; wings; tail
object name
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans B 431
cat. Boeser E.XX.230
Mon. I, 6, Pl.XXV, 431
animal
location animals
monkey
head
falcon
tail
damage
former owner
museum location
EG-ZM2775: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 i, [23-nov2006], verplaatsing
Leemans B 431: Terre émaillée. Images composées dus
cynocéphale et de l'épervier réunis dans un seul corps. La
tête surmontée ou ayant été surmontée d'une coiffure
symbolique d'Haroëris (les deux cornes de bouc portant
les trois faisceaux de plantes, ornés de disques, et flanqués
des deux uréus.
cat. Boeser E.XX.230 : panteïstische godenbeeldjes
108
EG-ZM2775
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1934/11.40
3.5.1
form
description
material
color of material
Pantheistic dwarf figure, with a falcon head and the tail of a falcon which is quite detailed.
faience
green
date
measurements
Depth
…
width
…
height
2,3 cm
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
statuette; pantheistic;
pataikos; falconhead; wing
gods
location gods
animal
location animals
object name
amulet
damage
literature
former owner
mw. J. Leembruggen -von Lieben
Donateur
museum location
F 1934/11.40: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, C 3 i,
[23-nov-2006], verplaatsing
109
F 1934 11.40
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1940/10.38
3.5.1
form
description
material
color of material
faience
blue
Pregnant dwarf figure, laying, with the hand on the belly. Details are marked with black
lines.
oud merk F 1236
date
measurements
Depth
3,2 cm
width height
2,3 cm 5 cm/ 5,2 cm
place
Nubien
Title in TMS
object name
pataikos; laying
amulet
gods
no
location gods
animal
no
location animals
damage
Damages are visible all around the figure
literature
former owner
F.W. von Bissing
Bought from the former
collection of von Bissing in 'sGravenhage. Coming from
different digs in Nubia.
museum location
F 1940/10.38: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
* Picture above courtesy of RMO
110
F 1940 10.38
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1940/12.27
form
description
material
gips
gods
color of material
white
Very small pataeke, is standing or seems to lay on a coffin shaped thing. But
that could also be just the shape of its body.
no
location gods
date
animal
measurements
Depth
1,2 cm
width height
1,05 cm 1,9 cn
no
location animals
damage
place
oud merk D 214, gipsafgietsel.
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
former owner
F.W. von Bissing
Bought from the former collection of
von Bissing in 's-Gravenhage.
Coming from different digs in Nubia.
museum location
F 1940/12.27: RMO-1
Papengracht, Papengracht,
depot Egypte, C 3 h, [21nov-2006], verplaatsing
111
F 1940 12.27
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1983/7.2
3.7.6
form
description
material
faience
glazed
color of material
date
Middle Kingdom
measurements
Depth
place
Egypt
location animals
Title in TMS
object name
dwarf; standing; pot
votive
damage
literature
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=14448
Warmenbol, E., Ombres d'Égypte, Treignes 1999, 118, nr. 137.
dhr. A. Fatatri
gods
width height
3,3 cm 6,7 cm
location gods
animal
former owner
museum location
112
F 1983/7.2: RMO-2 Rapenburg,
Rapenburg, Egyptenaren, 134
In a showcase in the current Egypt exhibition
negative photos: G643/ G644/ G645
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1983/7.3
3.7.6
form
description
material
color of material
date
faience
blue
Dwarf figure with a child in his arms and a monkey on his back/ head
glazed
Grieks-Romeinse Periode ;
Ptolemaeëntijd
gods
measurements
Depth
3 cm
width height
4,1 cm 8,5 cm
location gods
animal
place
Egypt
location animals
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing; monkey
votive
damage
literature
former owner
dhr. A. Fatatri
museum location
F 1983/7.3: RMO-1 Papengracht,
Papengracht, depot Egypte, B 4 c,
[21-apr-2011], terugplaatsing depot
113
F 1983 7.3
inventory number
F 1984/11.3
form
material
limestone
description
pregnant female dwarf
color of material
date
Middle Kingdom
gods
measurements
lenght
15.5
width height
13
29
location gods
animal
location animals
place
Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
dwarf; snake
statue
snakes
in hands
damage
literature
Dasen, Dwarfs, 90, 142
Raven, OMRO 67 (1987), p. 7-19
museum locationF 1984/11.3: RMO-2 Rapenburg, Rapenburg, Egyptenaren, 134,
J. Quaegebeur, La naine et le bouquetin (Leuven 1999), fig. 59
[21-apr-2011], terugplaatsing depot
M.J. Raven, Egyptische magie (Zutphen 2010), afb. 80
zie archief 6.4.3/1
In a showcase in the current Egypt exibition
114
F 1984 11.3
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 1988/1.1
3.7.6
form
description
material
color of material
faience
blue
gods
Dwarf figure. Details are indicated with black stripes. The hands are resting on
the belly.
no
location gods
date
Middle kingdom , 12th dynasty
animal
measurements
Depth
3,3 cm
width height
2,8 cm 6,8 cm
no
location animals
damage
place
El-Balyana (?), Egypt
Title in TMS
object name
dwarf; standing
votive
literature
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/record.aspx?id=14462
Raven (Recent Acquisitions Egypt,
OMRO 69 (1989) , p. 7-8
H.D. Schneider, Life and Death
(Perth 1997) nr. 167
former owner
museum location
J. Schulman
[F 1988/1.1] RMO-2 Rapenburg,
Rapenburg, Egyptenaren, 134
ectachrome:
GBD0851; 4x5" ; kleur
GBD0852; 4x5" ; kleur
*photo from the http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/record.aspx?id=14462
115
inventory number
rubrieknummer
F 2010/7.1
3.5.1
form
description
color of material
material
limestone
white
date
Ptolemaic
gods
location gods
animal
measurements
(original?)
place
Title in TMS
object name
Depth
7,5 cm
(9,5 cm)
Egypt
width height
6,5 cm 15 cm
(6,8 cm) (16,6 cm)
pantheistic figure ; god
literature
former owner
museum location
*photo's and text courtesey
of RMO
116
location animals
other
F
www.rmo.nl/collectie/zoeken?object=F+2010%2f7.1
Beeldje van een pantheïstische godheid, staand op een nu verloren gegane basis. Ook de
voeten zijn verloren gegaan en het is dus onbekend of de godheid op overwonnen dieren
stond. Het lichaam is dat van een naakte mannelijke dwerg, met de kenmerkende kromme
armen en benen en dikke buik. De benen zijn tamelijk dun en steken iets naar voren, met
ertussen een gladde opvulling. Boven het tamelijk gedetaileerde geslachtsorgaan zijn twee
buikplooien. De navel is diep en rond, de tepels zijn in reliëf weergegeven. Op de romp staat
de kop van een ram met naar voren gebogen horens; deze hebben ingesneden V-vormige
markeringen en een middenlijn. Opmerkelijk is dat de bek iets is geopend en dreigend
ontblote tanden toont. De beide neusgaten zijn rond ingeboord, met twee plooien erboven.
De oren steken naar achteren over de horens en hebben binnenmarkering van enkele parallel
ingesneden lijnen. Tussen de bolle ogen met randen in reliëf begint een gedetailleerd
weergegeven verenkleed (alle veren met tamelijk spitse punt, middenrib in verhoogd reliëf en
V-vormig ingesneden baarden), dat naar achteren toe de hele rug bekleedt en daar uitloopt in
een brede staart. De vleugels steken ter weerszijden van de schouders bol naar voren en
liggen op de staart over elkaar geslagen. De onderstaart heeft geen detaillering maar is glad.
De ruimte tussen staart en de achterkant van de benen is massief opgevuld. De armen hangen
langs de zijden af en zijn vlak onder de elleboog afgebroken, zodat niet meer te zien is of de
godheid attributen in de hand hield.
Het beeldje heeft geen zichtbare kleurresten meer, maar vertoont wel wat zwarte aanslag op
de horens en veren. Op de borst en buik zijn wat donkergrijze verkleuringen, op de rechter
schouder de vorm aannemende van een fijne stippeling, hetgeen suggereert dat het beeldje in
de grond heeft gelegen. Enkele zwarte vlekjes op de benen lijken moderner. Naast het
missende voetstuk inclusief de voeten van de figuur is er de volgende schade: voorste punt
linker horen afgebroken, achterrand oren en bovenrand horens plaatselijk afgestoten, kras in
verenkleed middenachter, onderrand en rechter hoek staart beschadigd, zijkant en voorkant
rechter been deels afgestoten, met enkele butsen in het vlak achter dat been, linker been met
krassen en een diepe kerf boven de enkel, lichte krassen op de voorkant van de torso, beide
onderarmen afgebroken direct onder de elleboog. De onderkant is vrij gelijkmatig afgebroken
over één min of meer horizontaal vlak dat bepaald wordt door de onderrand van de staart zonder dat vaststelbaar is in hoeverre dit vlak deels origineel is. In dit vlak is een moderne
koperen pin bevestigd, waarmee het beeldje op een zwartgeverfde houten basis staat.
inventory number
rubrieknummer
L.III.38-b
3.5.1
form
description
material
faience
gods
color of material
location gods
date
animal
measurements
Depth
width
height
4,1 cm
location animals
damage
place
Title in TMS
object name
Pataikos; standing
amulet
literature
cat. Leemans A 154
former owner
J. de Lescluze
museum location
L.III.38-b: RMO-4, zoek, [probleem]
[01-mei-1998], zoekmelding
missing
Leemans A 154: Bois, bronze, terre émaillée, schiste
cornaline, Ptah, Pataeque, figuré sous la forme d’un
nain ou pygmée défiguré, entièrement nu,
l’Héphaestus des Grecs et le Vulcain des Romains.
117
L.III.38-b
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