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EGYPTIAN USHABTI ANTIQUITIES Statue Shabti ANCIENT EGYPT Stone 2600 BCE

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Seller: 365dayes (62) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323242870616 RARE EGYPTIAN USHABTI ANTIQUITIES STATUE SHABTI ANCIENT EGYPT STONE (C. 2600 TO 2100 BCE)Information About This Item:Height: 18.cm / 7.08.inchChest Width: 5.5.cm / 2.16.inchBottom Diameter: 4.5x3.5.cm / 1.77x1.37.inchWeight: 455.gram /16.1.ozColor: As You Can See in Picture Condition: Items in Original Condition- Perfect Condition Material: Stone in Luxor Egypt.Shipping: DHL Fast Shipping 4-12 DAYS with Tracking NumberReady to Ship Your Orders Within 1-2 Business Days After the PaymentEgyptian Shabti The Ushabti (Also Called Shabti or Shawabti, with a Number of Variant Spellings, Ancient Egyptian Plural: Ushabtiu) Was a Funerary Figurine Used in Ancient Egypt. Ushabtis Were Placed in Tombs Among the Grave Goods and Were Intended to Act as Servants or Minions for the Deceased, Should They Be Called Upon to Do Manual Labor in the Afterlife. the Figurines Frequently Carried a Hoe on Their Shoulder and a Basket on Their Backs, Implying They Were Intended to Farm for the Deceased. They Were Usually Written on by the Use of Hieroglyphs Typically Found on the Legs Called “Answerers,” They Carried Inscriptions Asserting Their Readiness to Answer the Gods' Summons to Work the Practice of Using Ushabtis Originated in the Old Kingdom (C. 2600 to 2100 BCE) with the Use of Life-Sized Reserve Heads Made from Limestone, Which Were Buried with the Mummy. Most Ushabtis Were of Minor Size, and Many Produced in Multiples – They Sometimes Covered the Floor Around a Sarcophagus. Exceptional Ushabtis Are of Larger Size, or Produced as a One-Of-A-Kind Master Work. Due to the Ushabti's Commonness Through All Egyptian Time Periods, and World Museums' Desire to Represent Ancient Egyptian Art Objects, the Ushabti Is One of the Most Commonly Represented Objects in Egyptology Displays. Produced in Huge Numbers, Ushabtis, Along with Scarabs, Are the Most Numerous of All Ancient Egyptian Antiquities to Survive.Note: Dear Buyer / This Beautiful Shabti Statue Is One of My Most Unique Collections. This Statue of the Pharaonic Limestone Has Been Carved into the Egyptian Desert of Luxor, a Hand Carving Since 1940. We Welcome Any Inquiry on This Item.i Wish Good Luck to All .I Guarantee That the Item Will Be Shipped in a Legal Manner According to Your Country's Rules and Policies and That I Will Take Care That Any Necessary Permits Will Be ArrangedWE ONLY DEPEND ON THE EXPRESS SHIPPING Items in Original Condition100% Stone in Luxor Egypt Please Visit Our Ebay Store to Check Out Other Items for Sale Thank You for Looking and the Best of Luck Condition: 100% stone in Luxor Egypt, Items in Original Condition, Material: Stone, Provenance: Luxor Egypt

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