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Maker(s):Unknown
Culture:Egyptian
Title:Shabti Figure of a Man Named Shed-Khonsu
Date Made:ca. 1069-945 BCE 3rd Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21
Type:Sculpture
Materials:Bright blue faience and black paint
Place Made:Egypt
Measurements:length: 2 7/8 in.; 7.3025 cm
Narrative Inscription:  unmarked
Accession Number:  SC 1918.9.18
Credit Line:Gift of Helen Griggs
Museum Collection:  Smith College Museum of Art
1918_9_18_a_and_b.jpg

Currently on view

Description:
Figure in the form of a mummy with a single text column down the front, with text, wig, eyes, implements (hoes for tilling soil), and seed basket (on figure’s back) painted in black. Text reads: “The Osiris Shed-Khonsu.”; religion

Tags:
religion; archaeology; mythology; men

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