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Late New Kingdom, Third Intermediate Period, 20th-21st Dynasty, approx. 1183 - 945 B.C. - Egypt
|Object:||Ancient Egyptian white fayence shabti|
|Century/ Timeframe:||TIP 1183 - 945 B.C. - Egypt|
|Dimensions (in cm):||H 12,5 cm|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
The visible arms are crossed in front of the chest and the hands are each holding a hoe and a seed bag on the upper back. The round face is framed by a tripartite black wig. A single column of hieroglyphs name the deceased with his titles: « The deceased shall be illuminated, the scribe Akhpet, justified »
Height: 12,5 cm
Egypt – Late New Kingdom, Third Intermediate Period, 20th-21st Dynasty, approx. 1183 - 945 BC
Provenance: French private collection 1990
The seller guarantees that he acquired this object in a legal manner and is authorised to sell it
Perfect condition, custom made display stand included
References: J. Aubert, Statuettes Egyptiennes, Paris 1974
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|Rest of Europe||$41.57|
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