Egyptian Art

By: Christine Miller

A statuette made to represent its deceased owner in performing agricultural labor in the afterlife. It is painted limestone.
Found in Cairo but originally from Hermopolis. Records dedication to the Egyptian god Thoth. Made from black siltstone.
Statuette of a lion made from banded Egyptian alabaster.
This piece is a faience. There is a horizontal hole in the rabbits ears to hang it.
Also faience. It is decorated with four bulls and a lotus flower on the bottom.
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