(c.743 – 332 BC)
Shabti figurine carefully executed in the traditional manner: hands crossed on the chest, holding a hoe, plough and rope. The details are modelled in relief. Tripartite lappet wig with uncovered ears, face (eyes, nose, mouth) shaped in relief, prominent long beard covered with black paint. Below, an illegible hieroglyphic inscription. At the back of the figure, a back pillar passes into a rectangular base.