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Scribe Nakhtsebek 3D Model
This small statuette portrays a priest by the name of Nakhtsebek, in the attitude of a scribe, a figure that was always in favour during all the periods of Pharaonic Egypt.
He is seated on a small base, the left leg raised in front of him, the right one folded on the ground. His left hand is placed flat on his knee while his clenched right hand probably once held a reed pen.
A papyrus is unrolled on his short pagne. It has an engraved inscription of his name and title, identifying him as the son of Imy. He is wearing a kind of curly wig that was popular during the 18th dynasty.
In addition to the inscriptions on the papyrus, formulas for offerings are engraved around the base
Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 4 cm
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