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  • Type
    Individual - Ancient
  • Also Known As
    Manuel de Codage : xnw
  • Remarks
    In Cairo in 1920, a group of twenty-six servant statues and their appurtenances, along with four statuettes of the official Nikauinpu and his wife Hemetredjet, were purchased from Nicholas Tano. The tomb of Nikauinpu at Giza was given as the provenance for all. The precise location of this tomb is unknown (perhaps the Western Cemetery?), and it is generally dated to Dynasty 5 or 6. Most of these servant statues are in the collection of the Oriental Museum, Chicago, while one is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Son of Nikauinpu. Statue of squatting man stirring pot (OIC_E_10629, now in Chicago); inscribed: "Khenu, son of Nikauinpu".

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