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Lady. Female portrait of American Civil War time by Mathew Brady.

Lady. Female portrait of American Civil War time by Mathew Brady.

Original Caption: Lady..U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 111-B-1597..From:: Series: Mathew Brady Photographs of Civil War-Era Personalities and Scenes, (Record Group 111)..Photographer: Brady, Mathew,... More

Mrs. Phil Riley, St.Clair car - Public domain portrait photograph

Mrs. Phil Riley, St.Clair car - Public domain portrait photograph

A black and white photo of a man in a car. Public domain portrait photograph, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Miss Anita Phipps, 11/24/23 - Public domain dedication image

Miss Anita Phipps, 11/24/23 - Public domain dedication image

A black and white photo of a woman sitting at a desk. Public domain portrait photograph, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Millicent Fawcett's Hyde Park address1913

Millicent Fawcett's Hyde Park address1913

7JCC/O/01/177 Public domain photograph related to US National Parks, Nature, conservation, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

C. & N.W. R.R., Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa

C. & N.W. R.R., Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the roundho...

Picryl description: Public domain historical photo of Second World War, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

Seated Female Figurine with Patterned Skirt

Seated Female Figurine with Patterned Skirt

A statue of a woman sitting on a gray surface, South America, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Italic Pendant: winged female head

Italic Pendant: winged female head

A head, probably female, appears in profile with five large perforations in a roughly circular pattern. Classical

Limestone head of a female votary

Limestone head of a female votary

A stone head of a woman with her eyes closed, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Oinochoe (Pitcher) in the Shape of a Female Head

Oinochoe (Pitcher) in the Shape of a Female Head

Public domain photograph of 3d object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Nude female holding monkeys, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–664 BC)

Nude female holding monkeys, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–66...

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Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Head of a Female - Public domain museum object photo

Head of a Female - Public domain museum object photo

A terracotta head of a man with a hat, Mexico, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Female Figure of the Late Spedos Type

Female Figure of the Late Spedos Type

Marble statue of a standing figure, ca, Greece free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Statuette of a Royal (?)  Woman with the Cartouches of Necho II on her Arms

Statuette of a Royal (?) Woman with the Cartouches of Necho II on her...

A statue of a woman with a hat on her head, Egypt, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Mesoamerican Female Figure, Tlatilco culture, Mexico

Mesoamerican Female Figure, Tlatilco culture, Mexico

Public domain photo of antique sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

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Standing female figurine of the "goddess with uplifted arms" type

Standing female figurine of the "goddess with uplifted arms" type

Public domain photo of a 3d object, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Female Attendant (Tomb Figurine) - Art Institute of Chicago

Female Attendant (Tomb Figurine) - Art Institute of Chicago

Public domain photo of Chinese sculpture, 15th-16th century, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Archaic Limestone head of a female votary

Archaic Limestone head of a female votary

A statue of a woman with a flowered headdress, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Hellenistic Terracotta female head, Cyprus

Hellenistic Terracotta female head, Cyprus

Public domain photograph of 3d object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Seated female figurine holding a baby

Seated female figurine holding a baby

The figurine was made from a very worn mold; the infant's face is handmade. It is solid except for the concave base. Cypro-Archaic II

Handle Spout Vessel in Form of a Female and Skeletal Figure in an Erotic Embrace

Handle Spout Vessel in Form of a Female and Skeletal Figure in an Erot...

A ceramic vase with a woman and a man holding a bottle, Andes, Peru, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Female Figure of the Dokathismata Type

Female Figure of the Dokathismata Type

A small statue of a standing male, Greece free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Earring with pendants of female heads

Earring with pendants of female heads

Accession Number: 98.11.99, .100 Hellenistic ? Public domain photograph of ancient Greek artifact, archaeological object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Upper part of a marble female figure

Upper part of a marble female figure

Chalandriani type. Early Cycladic II Public domain photograph of figurine, small sculpture, archaeology, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Female Figurine with Tattoos - Public domain museum object photograph

Female Figurine with Tattoos - Public domain museum object photograph

A small wooden figure of a woman, Nazca, Peru, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Standing female figure, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Standing female figure, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Public domain photo of a 3d object, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Female Figure LACMA M.76.97.741

Female Figure LACMA M.76.97.741

Wikimedia Commons image page ( http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Female_Figure_LACMA_M.76.97.741.jpg ) .Description..Title.Female Figure..Description.: Western Iran, Iron Age II-III, about 1000-650 B.C..: ... More

Female protome-mask, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Female protome-mask, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Mesoamerican Female Figure, Tlatilco culture, Mexico

Mesoamerican Female Figure, Tlatilco culture, Mexico

Public domain photo of antique sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Bronze oinochoe (jug) handle with lion's head and female protome

Bronze oinochoe (jug) handle with lion's head and female protome

Public domain photograph of 3d object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Mesoamerican Seated Female Figure, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mesoamerican Seated Female Figure, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mexico, Mesoamerica, Nayarit Public domain photograph of archaeological object, ceramic figure, small sculpture, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Greek Gold ring, gold, Classical period

Greek Gold ring, gold, Classical period

Seated woman crowning female herm. Classical Public domain photograph of ancient Greek artifact, archaeological object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description Public domain photogra... More

Female head, Egypt, Late Period (525-332 BCE)

Female head, Egypt, Late Period (525-332 BCE)

Public domain photograph of 3d object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Seated Female, 3rd century - Public domain museum image. A black and white photo of a statue

Seated Female, 3rd century - Public domain museum image. A black and w...

A black and white photo of a statue, Pakistan, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Allegorical female statutette of a Virtue or Sibyl

Allegorical female statutette of a Virtue or Sibyl

Public domain photo of bronze sculpture, 16th century, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Head and upper body of a female figurine

Head and upper body of a female figurine

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Statuette of a Standing Woman - Public domain museum image. A statue of a woman with her arms crossed

Statuette of a Standing Woman - Public domain museum image. A statue o...

A statue of a woman with her arms crossed, Egypt, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Figure of a Female Dwarf - Public domain museum image. A small blue statue of a boy

Figure of a Female Dwarf - Public domain museum image. A small blue st...

A small blue statue of a boy, Egypt, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Marble sarcophagus fragment: female figure, perhaps a nereid

Marble sarcophagus fragment: female figure, perhaps a nereid

Public domain photo of Roman sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Votive Fragment, Female, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Votive Fragment, Female, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Hathor Chapel, Egypt Exploration Fund excavations New Kingdom

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Marble female figure, early Cycladic II

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Bronze female figure, bronze, Europe

Bronze female figure, bronze, Europe

The gesture of the figure is commonly interpreted as one of worship or of veneration. Middle Minoan III

Archaic Fragment of a terracotta plaque

Archaic Fragment of a terracotta plaque

Nude, frontal female figure wearing a high polosThe figure may be a deity of Oriental origin. Archaic

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Head of a female figure - Public domain museum image. A close up of a statue of a woman's head

Head of a female figure - Public domain museum image. A close up of a ...

Bronze head of a woman with a crown, Assyrian, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Mesoamerican Standing Female Figurine - Art Institute of Chicago

Mesoamerican Standing Female Figurine - Art Institute of Chicago

A statue of a man with a hat on his head, South America, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Female Herm in Passitelean Style

Female Herm in Passitelean Style

A black and white photo of a bust of a woman, Rome, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Marble head of a female satyr - Public domain museum image. A white marble head of a man

Marble head of a female satyr - Public domain museum image. A white ma...

A white marble head of a man, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Seated female figurine of the dea gravida type

Seated female figurine of the dea gravida type

The figurine was made from a worn mold. It is solid except for the concave base. The right arm is handmade; the left is missing. She sits on a seat without arms. Cypro-Archaic II

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Female Figure with Two Joined Heads - Michoacan Mexico

Female Figure with Two Joined Heads - Michoacan Mexico

A red clay sculpture of a woman with two heads, South America, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Female figure, Egypt, The Middle Kingdom - Early New Kingdom 2040 - 1550 BCE

Female figure, Egypt, The Middle Kingdom - Early New Kingdom 2040 - 15...

From Egypt Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Public domain photograph of archaeological object, ancient Egypt, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Marble female figure, Greece statue

Marble female figure, Greece statue

A sculpture of a woman with her arms crossed, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Standing female figurine, Cyprus, cypro archaic ii

Public domain photo of Greek sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Mesoamerican Standing Female Figure - Michoacan Mexico

Mesoamerican Standing Female Figure - Michoacan Mexico

A clay figurine of a man with a hat on his head, South America, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Overseer Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Terracotta female figure, Greece statue

Terracotta female figure, Greece statue

Public domain photo of a 3d object, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Limestone head of a female votary

Limestone head of a female votary

Female head with hair in prominent knot at back. Hellenistic Public domain photograph of stone archaeological object, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Archaic Female limestone head - Public domain museum image. A statue of a woman with a hat on her head

Archaic Female limestone head - Public domain museum image. A statue o...

A statue of a woman with a hat on her head, ancient Greek or Roman free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

The Female Pharaoh Hatshepsut, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

The Female Pharaoh Hatshepsut, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

Public domain photo of Egyptian sculpture, ancient civilizations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

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