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Ushabti of Nesbaankhu (?)

This funerary figurine in greenish faience probably dates to the end of the Late Period. Apart from the typical features, e.g. a tripartite wig, a false beard, tools and a small bag, a back pillar and a base, this statuette is also characterized by a T-shaped inscription. The text only contains the names and titles of the deceased and his mother. The reading of the names is uncertain: Nesbaankhu a…