An ostracon depicted in two faces, the verso depicted with a double-figure of the Nile god Hapi standing, with a fat body wearing a crown of the two plants of Upper and Lower Egypt and a short kilt. On the left, the god raises his left leg while the right one raises his right leg in a symbol of unification. Their names are inscribed on top of the front of the two figures. On the reverse, there are two oxen facing each other.
New Kingdom, ca. 1550-1070 BC. From the Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. CG 25062