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Egypt, Memphis – Late Dynastic Period, 26th Dynasty, 570-526 B.C .
|Object:||Egyptian faience ushebti of Admiral Psametik-mery-Ptah|
|Century/ Timeframe:||26th Dynasty, 570-526 B.C .|
|Dimensions (in cm):||18 cm|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
Psametik-mery-Ptah was admiral of the royal fleet, son of the god’s father Horkhonsu, sem-priest of Sokaris knowledgeable in the mysteries of Rosetau and born of noble lady Merpepiites. He wears a tripartite wig with arms crossed right over left on the chest and hands holding the typical implements, a pick, a hoe and the twisted rope of a basket suspended behind the left shoulder. The plaited and curled divine beard is typical for the figures since the 26th dynasty. The body is finely inscribed with nine horizontal lines.
Provenance: Private French collection 1960, the seller guarantees that he acquired this object in a legal manner and is authorised to sell it.
Art Loss Register certificate and passport provided
Condition: Very good, the feet are restored below the last line of hieroglyphs
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|Rest of Europe||$41.57|
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