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Egypt – Late Dynastic Period, 27th-30th Dynasty,525-350 B.C.
Green faience with incised inscription
The ushebti wears a tripartite wig arms crossed right over left on the chest with his hands holding the implements (pick, hoe and the twisted rope of a basket suspendet behind the left shoulder). The plaited and curled divine beard is typical for the figures since the 26th dynasty. The body has a single column of inscription naming the deceased.
Egypt – Late Dynastic Period, 27th-30th Dynasty,525-350 BC
Hight: 14 cm
Provenance: Former German private collection 1970
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Condition: Perfect, mounted on custom made base
Mounted on custom made display stand
References: Glenn Janes, The Shabti Collections 6, Liverpool 2016, p 393
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|Member since:||September 9, 2016|
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