The dual god Khensu standing upon crocodiles.
From The gods of the Egyptians vol. 2, by E. A. Wallis Budge, Chicago, 1904.
Khensu is the god of the moon whose name means “traveler”. He can be associated with Toth, a deity who notes the passage of time. He forms a trinity with Mut, the ancient Egyptian mother goddess, and Amun.