Egyptian shabti of Bak-en-Khonsu, from the Ramesseum, ThebesE270
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A glazed faience shabti with painted inscription and details for “The Osiris, Bak-(en)-Khonsu, justified”.
Egypt, Western Thebes, the Ramesseum; Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, c. 945-720 BC
9.2 x 3.4 cms
Lower legs lost
Ex. collection: Major James Findlay (1915-1990), Aberdeen, Scotland; acquired 1950s-1960s and thence by descent.
For further reading on the shabtis of Tent-Amen, please see: Shabti Collections volume 5, A selection from the Manchester Museum, Glenn Janes 2012; number 109.
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