Rare Ancient Egyptian Antiques lot 3 of Shabti Ushabti Egyptian statues BC. Servant Ushabti : A Shabti Ushabti is a human Egyptian figure representing a person who would perform a given task for the deceased in the afterlife. The Amduat (underworld) included tracts of land granted to the deceased by the sun god Ra from which the blessed dead could receive their nourishment.
Unsurprisingly, wealthy nobles and royalty did not plan on doing any work themselves and so they would take their (symbolic) servants with them. Early versions (Shabti or Shabtiu, Ushabti) were modelled to represent the task that they would perform and given tiny tools etc. With which to complete their tasks. Later on Shawabti (and Ushabti) were inscribed with a magical formula which would activate them (see below).
Ushabti were made from various materials including; Stone, faience, wax, clay, wood, Limestone, terracotta and, occasionally, glass and bronze. You Can Estimate it which in hand's appear.
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