Red pottery shabti of It-ntr Priest of Amun Mut-... with a lappet-wig, a modelled face and joined hands in relief holding two relief hoes; the front of the leg section is inscribed with a column of incised Hieroglyphs; the back is decorated with a painted representation of a seed-basket.
- Found/Acquired: Deir el-Bahri, Second Cache
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Deir el-Bahri (Thebes))
- Height: 12.8 centimetres
- Width: 3.56 centimetres
- Depth: 2.64 centimetres
Inscription Positionfront of leg section
Inscription TranslationTitles/epithets include : God's Father of Amun
Inscription CommentAn incised column.
2013/14 Sept-Aug, Albany NY, Albany Institute of History & Art, From the Nile to the Hudson:The story of Ankhefenmut
25 June 1998
Reason for treatment
Shabti mounted on wooden base. Figure decorated with slip. Cracks near base caused during firing; figure stable. Dirty and dusty.
Released shabti from mount with acetone dripped down side of base. Surface cleaned with puffer. Rowney's kneadable putty rubber (vulcanized rubber) was lightly passed over surface.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA41205
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