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Archeological Object

Ushabti of Hormes


Ushabti of Hormes

A mummiform statuette with tripartite wig, ritual beard, agricultural tools in the hands, inscription on the vertical column bounded by two lines engraved. From the inscription is obtained the title of priest (hem-netjer); this may be the character that has usurped the tomb  of Sennefer, discovered by Bruyere. Another ushabti of Hormes is in the Museum of Como.

Further information
Identificazione (Label is not translated)
  Inventory number: E 0.9.40210
Place of discovery
  Place of discovery:

deir el - Medina (?)

Object
  Definizione: Funerary statuette
  Class and ware: Funerary furnishings
  Title or subject:

Ushabti of Hormes

Cronologia (Label is not translated)
  Period: XIX Dynasty
Dati_tecnici (Label is not translated)
  Material: Faience
  Height: 13,5
Bibliography
  Bibliography:

1979, Lise G. “Musei e Gallerie di Milano. Museo Archeologico: raccolta egizia”, Milano, p.  56 (cat.850), tav.423

Bibliografia di riferimento
1910, Ballerini, "Museo di Como", 17(14)

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