Ancient Egyptian Faience Shabti, Inscribed for Wawa, the Scribe of the Treasury, 19th-20th Dynasty

Description
Ancient Egyptian Faience Shabti, Inscribed for Wawa, the Scribe of the Treasury, 19th-20th Dynasty
c. 1320-1085 B.C.

Wearing tripartide wig and a necklace, holding pick and flail, one column of hieroglyphs inscribed:
sHD Wsir sX pr-HD … mAa-xrw (back) wAwA
“Illuminatied the Osiris, the scribe of the treasury justified, Wawa.”
The name Wawa is known as an Egyptian personal name (see Ranke, Personennamen, p. 72 no. 23).

Size: 12.6 cm H - 4 15/16 inches
Material: Faience
Culture: Egypt, 19th-20th Dynasty, c. 1320-1085 B.C.
Condition: Intact
Display stand included

Provenance:Belgian private collection, prior to 1998.
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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Egyptian
Material
Faience
Object
Shabti, Inscribed for Wawa, the Scribe of the Treasury, 19th-20th Dynasty
Century/ Timeframe
c. 1320-1085 B.C.
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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