~ Mummiform Falcon with Inscribed Menat.
Place of origin: Egypt
Period: Third Intermediate Period (1070 - 712 B.C.)
Medium: Wood, gesso and polychrome paint.
Regarding Anubis: It is more or less incorrect to call Anubis (or Osiris) a "death god". Death was, to put it really bluntly, a passage between one state of existence and another, and therefore not a concept in itself in the way we conceptualise death. So there is no direct ancient Egyptian equivalent of "death gods". Osiris was the mummiform King of the West (the Afterlife), Anubis Protector of the Necropolis.