Egyptian ushabti in the form of the god Osiris

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dc.contributor CLARC
dc.contributor.author CLARC
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-11T00:47:10Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-11T00:47:10Z
dc.date.issued 2013-11-10
dc.identifier.other 493
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10192/25814
dc.description Egyptian, Late Period, Dynasties XXVI – XXXI, 664 – 332 or Ptolemaic, 332 – 30 B.C.E.
dc.description The carved ushabti in the form of the god Osiris – wearing the feathered Atef crown – is long and narrow, the face circular and with simple features. A rectangle serves as a nose, raised circles as eyes, and a raised line as a mouth. One ear remains, placed far back upon the head. The arms are folded across the chest with fingers represented by raised bands. There are two vertical lines running down the stomach, the leg, and upturned foot with hieroglyphic writing in between. The back is smooth and slightly rounded. The feet cannot support the piece’s weight, therefore it is made to be placed in the repose position.
dc.description Currently on display in Goldfarb Library.
dc.description.sponsorship Brandeis University, Department of Classical Studies
dc.format.extent Height: 16.3 cm. (6.417”)
dc.format.extent Width: 4 cm. (1.574”)
dc.format.extent Depth: 2.8 cm. (1.102”)
dc.format.medium Stone
dc.language No linguistic content
dc.language.iso zxx
dc.rights Copyright held by CLARC.
dc.title Egyptian ushabti in the form of the god Osiris
dc.type Figurine
dc.date.updated May 30, 2016
dc.contributor.department Department of Classical Studies


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