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Item:153702453651Egypt Third Intermediate Period, 21/22th dynasty (ca 1075-839BC) This is a very nice blue faience shabti, with a mummy shaped body with visible hands; the hands are holding hoes and a bag is hanging on the back. Details are added in black. There is a tripartite wig and a seshed headband It measures 113 mm. The hieroghlyps on the front says: "The Osiris,the God's father of Amun, Pa-Di-Khonsu, true of voice". The sarcophagus of Pa-Di-Khonsu is located in the Museum Egiziano in Vatican, Italy. For Pa-Di-Khonsu, see Ranke I, pg 125, 21 and pg 126, 1 &2 for variations on writing. Pa-Di-Khonsu means "The one who gave Chonsu" For similar shabti, see Bonhams Sale 15216 and Harlan Berk, 2008. See also Araujo,L.M, "Estatuetas funerarias Egipcias da XXI dinastia, 1116P In perfect condition! Ex-UK collection. Provenance will be provided to the buyer. (US1091)Provenance:Ownership History Available, Material:faience
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Egypt TIP 21/22th Dynasty blue faience shabti of Pa-Di-Khonsu