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Glazed composition shabti of Kha-em-Waset; the glaze, once blue, has faded to white. Facial features, decoration and an inscription are painted in manganese under the glaze. The figure has a black tripartite wig, bracelet and series of six necklaces, and holds a hoe, mattock, and a net bag slung over the left shoulder. An inscription naming the deceased runs vertically down the centre-front of the figure, bordered on either side.
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Name of the deceased
sHD Wsir xa-m-wAs.t mAa-xrw
The illuminated, the Osiris, Kha-em-Waset.
Object history note
Found at Gurob, 1903-4 excavation season.
Glazed composition shabti of Kha-em-waset, Gurob, Egypt.
Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)
L. Loat, Gurob, British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Egyptian Research Account 10 (London: Bernard Quaritch, 1905): 7, Pl. 5.12.