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TRANSLATED EGYPTIAN FAIENCE SHABTI FIGURE, PADI KHONSU, C. 945 - 715 BC.

Pegasus Gallery Antiquities

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A beautifully detailed Egyptian green faience shabti for Padikhonsu; dating to the 21st - 22nd Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period, C. 945 - 715 BC. This well detailed figure stands mummiform, wearing the the tripartite wig and shesh headband. Excellent black paint remaining. A seed basket over the shoulders. A horizontal column of hieroglyphs reading: 

'Wsir iT-nTr n imn -di-xnsw mAa-xrw'.

Translated;

‘The Osiris, the Divine father of Amun, -Padi-Khonsu’.

Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, C. 945 - 720 BC.

Size: 12 x 3.4 cms.

Fantastic condition; beautifully detailed with black paint still remaining. A small chip to the bottom of the base. Small chip on left hand tool. Hieroglyphs clear and readable.

Provenance: Ex. Anubis Ancient Art Gallery, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Acquired in 2013.

Ref: Glenn James, A Private View, Page: 129, No. 54.



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