Shabti of Iwi replica

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The original painted and gilded limestone funerary statuette is of Iwi, priest of Amun. The broad vertical band is inscribed with a prayer for offerings. The narrower transverse bands represent bandaging on a mummy which, unlike most later funerary figures, covers the hands.

The original is Probably from Thebes - Egyptian, 17th dynasty, about 1650 BC. This reproduction is based the original in the Department of Egyptian Antiquities at the British Museum.

  • Product Code: CMCR90860
  • Size: 18cm (7 inches)
  • Exhibition: Ancient lives
  • Material: Painted and gilded earthenware.
  • Illustrations: Ancient lives



The original painted and gilded limestone funerary statuette is of Iwi, priest of Amun. The broad vertical band is inscribed with a prayer for offerings. The narrower transverse bands represent bandaging on a mummy which, unlike most later funerary figures, covers the hands.

The original is Probably from Thebes - Egyptian, 17th dynasty, about 1650 BC. This reproduction is based the original in the Department of Egyptian Antiquities at the British Museum.

  • Product Code: CMCR90860