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Lot 1, Auction 8/16/2018: Translated Egyptian White Faience Ushabti

Egypt, probably Memphis, New Kingdom, Ramesside period, Dynasty XIX, ca. 1279 to 1193 BCE. Mummiform votive ushabti, white faience with transparent glaze, details in black, wearing a short wig with sidelock (wick of youth) and a small goatee, adorned with a broad usekh collar, holding agricultural implements in each hand, seed sack on the back and a column of hieroglyphic inscriptions on front naming “Rema” as the owner. Translation is "The iIluminated one, the Osiris, Sem Priest of Ptah, r m a." Custom stand. Size: 5.625" H (14.3 cm)

Condition: Intact/excellent condition.

Provenance: Ex-private New Jersey collection, ex-German collection acquired before 1980

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