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EU805

An Egyptian Shabti for Imintet, 21st Dynasty ca 1069-945 BC

of pale, blue-glazed faience, shown mummiform with details in black pigment, weaing a tripartite wig, the crossed arms with clenched hands each holding agricultural tools for work in the afterlife, an vertical column of text at the front reads: 

"The Osiris Imintet, true of voice."

Condition: Rejoined at the neck and glued to the base so difficult to determine if the feet are missing, therefore priced on the assumption the piece is incomplete, good original deposits; translation on the wood base together with old catalogue numbers.  Custom mounted.

Dimensions: Height: 10.16cm (4in).

Provenance: Dr. Benson Harer private collection, acquired at auction in 1991 after deaccession from a Maryland museum.

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