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Fragment of a hollow mould-made terracotta figure, manufactured in two halves. Less detail is modelled on the back, but the buttocks and cloth are apparent. The figure is a balding dwarf, some hair is visible at the sides of the head. He stands on a base in a three-quarter view pose. He is naked exccept for a cloth which is draped around the waist and left shoulder. To his left is an amphora and post with a lotus-like capital; his hand is wrapped around the latter. His right hand was extended but is now broken. There are considerable traces of white plaster and pink paint on the surface. The Nile silt clay