Egypt

Ushabti in the name of samer-ef Pa-Di-Ousir - Pale blue faience

Ushabti in the name of samer-ef Pa-Di-Ousir - Pale blue faienceUshabti in the name of samer-ef Pa-Di-Ousir - Pale blue faienceUshabti in the name of samer-ef Pa-Di-Ousir - Pale blue faience

Ushabti in the name of the priest samer-ef Pa-Di-Ousir, generated by the mistress of the house Isetrechti.
Pale blue faience. Height 8,9 cm.
Ptolemaic Period. 331-30 B.C. Egypt.
Intact. Bronze stand.

See Voir J.-Fr. Aubert – L. Aubert, Statuettes égyptiennes : Chaouabtis, ouchebtis, Paris, 1974, p. 261 ; O. Berlev – Sv. Hodjash, Catalogue of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt (OBO 17), 1998, p. 111-112, no VII.A.213-214 et pl. 119 (Riga, Museum of Foreign Art D-921 et D-923).

The title sameref (son who loves him/her) refers to the clergy of Herakleopolis town built at the entrance of the Fayum.

From the Joseph Khawam collection, Cairo.

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