This is an extremely large very powerful faience Egyptian ushabti from the Late Kingdom 30th Dynasty.
It is 7.5" tall without measuring the custom Plexiglas stand. It is a pale green colour in a dry matte finish. Inscription: The illuminated one, the Osiris, the 'General of the Army Pachaas, born of Ibhames, true of voice.
Dimensions: 7.5" tall (19cm), width 1.9" (4.8cm), depth 1.18" (3cm). Period: Late Period, reign of Nectanebo
Condition: Intact, worn with losses to the glaze, break line above the feet.
Reference Pachaas pg. 410, Cairo Museum, No. 47465-47473, 47466 found in Gizah, 47472
displayed Pl. XLII (without register on the front) Newberry, Percy E. : Funerary Statuettes
and Model Sarcophagi Catalogue general des antiquites Egyptiennes du musee du Caire, No. 46530-48575, 1957
The glyphs can be shown as follows:
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