Fragment of faience ushabti [of Ankh-hor], [Type III 2d, (probably Ptolemaic as such names were then quite usual)] (part of group of 10+ ushabtis including 24-11-68, 24-11-825, 25-1-1129 through 25-1-1141); [molded in half mold, not retouched, hard-baked drab paste], [dark blue glaze (decomposed to deep brownish green, also stained with organic matter), face rounded, beard long but not curled, no basket on back although cord visible going over left shoulder], inscription [incised with sharp tool] [GLYPHS], [text variant 3, [GLYPHS], back pilaster poorly cut and shallow, no true base]; [group of 10+ consists of 15 non-fitting fragments, some of which may belong together]. Illustration: No
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Tomb equipment-Ushabtis and ushabti boxes
- Street G 7400, S [of] mastaba G 7410-7420: G 7410
- Height: 3.1 cm
- Credit Line
- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Date of Register Entry
- Ankh-hor (in G 7600 V)
- Possibly part of group of 15+ ushabtis including 25-1-993, 25-1-994, 25-1-1081, and 25-1-808.
- Problem: included by Zivie-Coche among ushabtis of Ankh-hor child of Tadiuserpahap
Zivie-Coche, Christiane M. Giza Au Premier Millenaire: Autour du temple d'Isis dame des pyramides. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1991, p. 276.
- Type Owner
- Remarks Child (born) of Tadiuserpahapi. Scattered set of ushabtis inscribed for Ahkh-hor attributed to burial in G 7600 V. Scattered set of ushabtis inscribed for Ankh-hor originally found in Street G 7000 and Street G 7400 almost certainly belong to the same individual.
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