Egyptian Scribe Nakhtsebek seated sitting statue Sculpture 3.34" www.Neo-Mfg.com museum reproduction
Size 3.34" tall
Reproduction finished by hand. Mold made from an imprint of the original work.
This statuette represents a priest answering to the name of Nakhtsebek in the attitude of the scribe, always in favor whatever the time.
He is seated on a small plinth, his left leg raised in front of him, the right folded to the ground. His left hand is laid flat on his knee and in his tight right hand he had to hold a pen.
On his short loincloth is unrolled a papyrus on which an engraved inscription mentions his name and title and specifies that he is the son of Imy.
He wears a so-called frizzy wig common in the 18th Dynasty. It consists of a cap of large degraded locks revealing two curly sides on both sides.
In addition to the inscriptions on the papyrus, offering formulas are engraved around the perimeter of the plinth.
Original on display at the Louvre Museum
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