A wooden shabti of the Nineteenth Dynasty; New Kingdom of Egypt. It is painted white with details in red, black and yellow, for Ramose and is 18.7cm tall. It was given to the Fitzwilliam Museum in 1921. Two inscriptions are present: 1) sHD wsir sS nsw ra-ms mAa-xrw 2) Dd.f i Sabty ip.tw ir Hsb.tw ir Dd.tw wp r irr m Xrty-nTr r xnt Sa r imntt r iAbtt
This model is currently a low res render from 90 photographs taken by Melanie Pitkin using a Sony A6000, natural light in three chunks. Processed in Agisoft Photoscan Pro.