1896. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'ebti, of | ^ V^^^2^^^ S~in\X
° oH 1 ill P 0 ^-eni neier en Bast ar t en Har mer neferu Uahabra mes en
Tayuata, " The prophet of Bast and of the Eye of Horus, superintendent of
clothes or vestments, Uahabra, born of Takhuat;" head wearing a long head-
dress, namms, body mummied; hands crossed, holding plough and hoe, and
semicircular basket slung on left shoulder. Hound the body seven horizontal
lines of incuse hieroglyphs, 6th chapter of the Book of the Dead, or Bitual for
the deceased. 6| in. high. Dull-green porcelain.
1897. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of ^j^|^iP~lf^_^_
Heshar Uta mes enti Tepyrat yen: "The Osiris Uta, born of Tephkratkhen
usual type, long headdress, namms, face bearded, body mummied, hands coming
out, holding hoe and plough, and basket on the left shoulder. Down the body
one perpendicular line of incuse hieroglyphs containing part of the 6th chapter
of the Book of the Dead, or Bitual. 4J in. high. Light-blue porcelain.
1898. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of V s J) ' Heshar Aniens a,
"The Osirian An^ensa" or "Ankhenkhar;" female, deceased, head wearing a long
headdress, namms, body mummied, hands crossed, right holding plough, left a hoe.
A perpendicular line of incuse hieroglyphs down the body: square pedestal under
feet and plinth behind. 3f- in. high. Pale-green porcelain.
1899. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of H |j| jj " Naskheper [en]
hesi," variant of the name of Sakheperhesi, similar to the preceding, with the
phrase " Buminous is the Osiris," or deceased. 4 in. high. Blue porcelain.
1900. Similar figure. in. high. Same material.
1901. Similar figure, s'abti, us'abti, of Sf J o " Naskheperenhesi," fuller
form of the same name; head wearing long headdress, namms, face bearded,
hands crossed, right holding plough, left hoe, and cord of basket on left
shoulder; body mummied. On square pedestal, plinth behind ; perpendicular line
of incuse hieroglyphs down body, and a plinth. Set form, "Buminous is the
Osiris." 4f in. high. Pale-blue porcelain.
1902. Similar figure, with the name of his mother, f ^ () -. jfj " Anxen-