Late Period, about 664-332 BC A sphinx usually had the king’s head on a lions body, but could also represent a god. This one may represent the god Tutu. It was a fitting on temple furniture or a sacred standard (such as on the barque shown above). In Greco-Roman times, Tutu assumed a protective role.
McKee Springs Rock Art by R. Pahre, via Flickr ~ McKee Springs Rock Art McKee Rock Art, probably the most famous figure in Dinosaur National Monument. Image published as part of a newspaper travel story on Dinosaur NM: netfiles.uiuc.edu/pahre/www/Pahre-Taste-Dinosaur.jpg