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Ushabti of Imenemhatpamesha

Ushabti of Imenemhatpamesha

This figurine mummiform is characterized by a particular highlight in painted black and an approximate model. In front are raised his arms and hands crossed on his chest, while the back of the statue is flat. The inscription is also mapped to color a column ends up on the foot. Of this same character, a prophet of Amun, since his statues were found in the temenos of the cachette of Deir el Bahari, L. Aubert  points 10 statuettes "crew chief" and 19 common statuettes in the Cairo Museum and others in Berlin, Copennaghen, Cortona, Moscow and in the Louvre, as well as in Aix-les-Bains. To these must be added those of Roane, Assisi, Amsterdam, Leiden and Cambridge.

Further information
Identificazione (Label is not translated)
  Inventory number: E 0.9.40194
Place of discovery
  Place of discovery:

Second cachette of Deir el- Bahari

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

Ushabti of Imenemhatpamesha

Cronologia (Label is not translated)
  Period: XXI Dynasty
Dati_tecnici (Label is not translated)
  Material: Faience
  Height: 11,5

1979, Lise G., “Musei e Gallerie di Milano. Museo Archeologico: raccolta egizia”, Milano, p.  54 tav.402
1988, Aubert L., « Statuettes funeraires des Musèe Savoyards », in BIFAO 88 (1988), p.5

Regarding the provenance:
1907, Daressy M.G., "Les cercueils des pretes d’Ammon", in ASAE 8,  p.15
1935, Petrie, "Shabtis", n.278
1977, Schneider H.D., "Shabtis", Leida, p.123
1985, Rosati G., "Antichità egizie ad Assisi", in OA XXIV, p.62
1990, Van Haarlem, "Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam", in CAA fasc.II, vol.1 p.108

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