Ushabti for Pa-Sheri-(en)-Isis

Period: XXII dynasty, ca. 945-735 B.C.
Material: Fayence
Dimensions: 13.4 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 1003
Provenance: Private collection Vienna
Condition: Intact
Description: Ushabti from the 22nd dynasty, found in Tahna, Upper Egypt in 1928. This beautiful example with reddish brown hieroglyphs and paintings is from an excavation led by French archaeologists. Depicted mummiform with the arms crossing at the chest, a hoe in each fisted hand, a wide basket at the back. With a column of hieroglyphs on the front reading: "The Osiris Pa-sheri-(en)-Isis, Justified". A similar example, most probably from the same grave, is our reference number 1034. A third example can be seen in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna (inventory number AE 9351). Accompanied by an original note and envelope from the Austrian/French archaeologists dating from 1928.
Culture: Egyptian