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By Conor Ryan
This is an outlier in the Maynooth Ecclesiology Collection. Little is known about the object’s origins, or how it came to be in the Museum. It is said to have been brought back by a priest from his travels at some point. The inscription is suspected to be cuneiform writing. it resembles a Ushabti, funary statuettes popular in ancient Egypt. Expert analyis would be needed to provide more information in terms of specific dating and source