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shabti

shabti
E007476-002 Anthropomorphic Figure - Front, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
 
Summary:
E007476-002 - 5/2/1898, shabti, , , , Egypt, Africa, North
Item Name:
shabti
Label:
Anthropomorphic figurine. Possibly ushabti - a small funerary figure buried with a person (or a bound captive figure used in playing draughts). From Egypt and attributed to 600-650 BCE. Acquired in the 1890s via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Hight: approximately 8 cm.
Keywords:
archaeology
funerary
burial
Country:
Egypt
Collection Area:
Africa, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
05/02/1898
Registration Number:
E007476-002
Associated Stories:
Ancient Egyptian Archaeology Collection
Egyptology at the Australian Museum
Images
1:
E007476-002 Anthropomorphic Figure - Front, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
2:
Anthropomorphic figurine. Possibly a shabti - a small funerary figure buried with a person (or used in playing draughts). From Egypt and attributed to 600-650 BCE. Acquired in the 1890s via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: hight: approx. 8 cm, width approx. 2 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
3:
Anthropomorphic figurine. Possibly a shabti - a small funerary figure buried with a person (or used in playing draughts). From Egypt and attributed to 600-650 BCE. Acquired in the 1890s via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: hight: approx. 8 cm, width approx. 2 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
4:
Anthropomorphic figurine. Possibly a shabti - a small funerary figure buried with a person (or used in playing draughts). From Egypt and attributed to 600-650 BCE. Acquired in the 1890s via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: hight: approx. 8 cm, width approx. 2 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
5:
(Detail) Anthropomorphic figurine. Possibly a shabti - a small funerary figure buried with a person (or used in playing draughts). From Egypt and attributed to 600-650 BCE. Acquired in the 1890s via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: hight: approx. 8 cm, width approx. 2 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek