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1755. **SOLD*** Attractive and very unusual named faience ushabti

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A quite slender pale green ushabti, very crisply preserved with fine detailing and apart from the tiny chip off the tip of  the nose intact and in very fine condion.

Do you notice what  is very unusual about it? That the hierglyphic inscription starts on the left rather than the right.

It reads: "Mes born of the Mistress of The House, Hessa" 


Late Period, probably 30th dynasty.

Examined and authenticated by  Dr. Maarten J. Raven, curator of the Egyptian Department of the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden.

From a  private collection in the Netherlands.

Price: sold GBP

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