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Further shabti examples
The fine examples shown below (click any picture to enlarge) are described in detail in Shabtis - A Private View, which has been described as ‘the world’s most beautiful book about Egyptian shabtis’. For more details, click on the link SHABTIS - A Private View on the left.
Funerary statuette for Kemehu
Alabaster (calcite), with paste inlays
From Abydos
Middle Kingdom,late 12th Dynasty
c. 1850-1782 BC
H. 13.2 cm
ex Émile Brugsch collection
Shabti for Iy-er-niwt-ef
Gessoed and painted wood
Probably from Thebes
New Kingdom, early 19th Dynasty
c. 1293-1240 BC
H. 22.8 cm
Shabti for King Amenophis III
Serpentine, dark green
From Thebes, Valley of the Kings, KV 22
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty
c. 1386-1349 BC
H. 18.3 cm
Ten shabtis for Amen-niwt-nakht
Terracotta, painted details
From Thebes, Deir el-Bahri (Cache II)
Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty
c. 1080-945 BC
H. max. 6.7 cm
ex Émile Brugsch collection
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Ushebti for Pinudjem II
Faience, deep blue glaze, details in black
From Thebes, Deir el-Bahri (Cache I)
Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty
C. 990-969 BC
H. 16.6 cm
Shabti for Nes-ta-neb(t)-Ischer(u)
Faience, bright blue glaze, details in black
From Thebes, Deir el-Bahri (Cache I)
Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty
c. 980-935 BC
H. 14.9 cm
ex Émile-Louis Evrard collection
Ushebti for Wedja-Hor
Faience, turquoise glaze
From Giza (Lepsius 102)
Late Period, 26th Dynasty, reign of Psamtek II
c. 595-570 BC
H. 19.4 cm
ex Émile-Louis Evrard collection
Ushebti for Nes-ba-neb-djed
Faience, pale blue glaze
From Mendes
Late Period, 30th Dynasty
c. 380-343 BC
H. 16 cm
ex Émile Brugsch-Pasha collection