Birch, Samuel   [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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SEPULCHRAL FIGURES.

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1865. Sepulchral figure, s'dbti or us'abti, of jj ^"Tl^"^ @ \ ^ ^ [ I
Hesar mer pa...S'etxpnsu ma^ru, "The Osirian" or deceased "superintendent of
the house, Shetkhonsu, justified." The figure represents the deceased wearing a
long headdress, namms, unbearded, and draped in a full ample garment, having
a collar, us^, round the neck, full sleeves, and a triangular apron in front; down
the body is a perpendicular line of hieroglyphs, and six horizontal round the
body traced in darker outline, the 6th chapter of the Eitual; period of the
19th dynasty. 6J in. high. Light bluish-green porcelain.

1866 a, Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of lf^f^^ftlP|°n^
Neter an-% ba anx tef mes en Heptartas; " Neterankhbaankhf, born of

Heptartas;" bearded, wearing a long head-attire, namms, body mummied, on small
square pedestal; hands coming out, crossed, right holding a plough, left a hoe ;
horizontal line of incuse hieroglyphs above, and perpendicular line, name and
title of the deceased, down the body. 5^ in. high. Light-green porcelain.

1866 b. Similar figure. 4§ in. high. Light-blue porcelain.
1867. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of ? <=> ^ j\^

Har si en pefer ar en Tata Athar, " Harsienpefer, son of Tat-Athor;" wearing
a long headdress, namms, face bearded, body mummied, hands crossed, holding
plough, pedestal and plinth : round the body seven lines of incuse hieroglyphs,
the 6th chapter of the Ritual. 4^ in. high. Pale-green porcelain.

1868. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti," of ^^JLil-il^APi?) HaTsi m
pa neter ar s'ettas, " Harsipaneter, son of Set-tas;" bearded, wearing long head-
attire, namms, body mummied, on square pedestal; hands crossed, holding hoe and
plough: down the back one perpendicular line of incuse hieroglyphs, and 7 hori-
zontal round the body, 6th chapter of the Eitual. 4f in. high. Green porcelain.

1869a. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of IIesar
Harsahesi mes en Tada, "The Osirian" or deceased "Harsiesis, born of Ta-aa;"
wearing a long headdress, namms, body mummied, hands coming out, the right
holding a plough, the left holding a hoe, and cord of a basket slung over the
shoulder. In front a perpendicular line of incuse hieroglyphs, and another behind.
On a pedestal, on back a plinth. 3f in. high. Light-blue porcelain.

1869 b. Similar figure. 3f in. high. Same material.
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