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Item:324067181178ANCIENT EGYPT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES LARGE STATUE USHABTI SHABTI SCARAB STONE 721-707 BCE Information About This Item:Height: 30.cm / 11.81.inChest Width:10.cm / 3.54.inBottom Circumference: 6x5.cm / 2.36x1.96.inWeight: 1700.gram / 59.ozColor: As You Can See in PictureCondition: Good Condition Type: Limestone in Luxor Egypt Shipping: DHL Fast Shipping 4-12 DAYS with Tracking Number Ready to Ship Your Orders Within 1-2 Business Days After the PaymentTha Shabti Depicts the Judge and Prime Minister Gemenefherbak of Sais in the Delta-Capital City The Four Stone Shabties Made for King Akhenaten Illustrate the Royal Ideal in the Eighteenth Dynasty. They Are a Representative Sample of the Materials Used to Create Hundreds of Shabties for This King. Each Stone Type Symbolizes a Divinity Related to the Afterlife. for Example, the Red Shabti Associates Akhenaten with Re, the Sun God, While the Black Granite One Links Him to Osiris, Represented as the Fertile Soil of Egypt.Note: This Is a Vintage Era Statue Carved Circa 1965's from Old Limestone in the Luxor Region of Egypt. It Is Hand Carved by Skilled Artists in the Tradition of Ancient Egypt. This Statue Is a Reproduction of Artifacts from the Antique Time Period Listed, and Appears More Authentic Than the Real Thing. It Is a Beautiful Work of Art and Craftsmanship, an Excellent Addition to Any Collection.We Have Special Offers for Traders Around the World. We Provide the Best Fast Shipping Service from Egypt to the World. 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 Arranged.IF YOU ARE A HOBBYIST WHO HAS ACQUIRED EVERYTHING THAT IS RARE AND OLD AND VERY VALUABLE, YOU CAN FOLLOW UP ON MY POSSESSIONS Thank You for Looking and the Best of LuckCondition:100% Stone in Luxor Egypt, Perfect Condition, Provenance:Luxor Egypt, Material:Stone
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EGYPT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES Large STATUE Ushabti Shabti SCARAB STONE 707 BC