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Ancient Egyptian Shabti for Ankh-pa-chered

Ancient Egyptian Shabti for Ankh-pa-chered

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Ancient Egyptian shabti for Ankh-pa-chered.
The shabti was found 1858 in Gizeh (see CG, 47514).

The translation of the shabti:

The illuminated one, the Osiris, the prophet of the Lady Imau, Ankh-pa-chered

Ankhpachered was a family member of the well known shabtis for Horemheb (Shabtis, Glenn Janes, 102a-f),
see “Ushebti of the renep-priest HORENHEB, son of Ankh-pa-chred, born of Ta-sherit-en-ihet“, from Galerie
Pytheas, page 12-13.

For other Ankhpachered see:

- Catalogue Général du Musée du Caire, Funerary Statuettes and Model Sarcophagi, p. 155, 156, No. 47514,
  47515, 47516
- Aubert, Statuettes égyptiennes, p. 261

The shabti is in a very good condition. Glaze slightly chipped on the button of the beard.
On the back there are two small round areas without glaze and some rests of white glue (see picture).

Date: Egypt, Late Period, early 26th Dynasty
Material: Faience
Size: ca. 11,7 cm
Condition: good condition (see description)
Provenance: private German collection, prior Belgian estate, formed before 1970

The authenticity of the item is unconditionally guaranteed.
This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity.