This Horus Statue illustrates the Egyptian falcon god in a pose of royalty with his arms crossed in front. He stands face front in a traditional stiff, closed legs pose. There are details of hieroglyphs on his legs and on the attached black base.
Horus is the lord of the sky and symbol of divine kingship. The falcon was sacred to Horus from the earliest times and the image of a falcon on its perch became the hieroglyph symbol representing the word God. In ancient Egypt, the Pharaoh was seen as a manifestation of the living Horus on the throne of Egypt.