Model Type
female offering bearer
Description
Isreal Museum Web site: Statuette of a female offering bearer carrying a box filled with flour and holding a duck
H: 59 cm
his figure wears a white dress held in place by a strap over the left shoulder. Her black wig is cut below the ears at the sides, left long at the back, and surrounded by a white ribbon tied at the back. Her skin is painted yellow, as was customary in representations of women in ancient Egypt, while the flour in her basket is painted white. She holds the duck, fashioned from a separate piece of wood, by the tail. Its wings have not survived.
Site
Unknown
Date
FIP-MK
Museum
The Israel Museum , Jerusalem, Israel
Accession number
94.35.32
Material
wood
Dimensions
Height 59 cm
Web Museum Record Card
URL: http://www.imj.org.il/imagine/galleries/viewItemE.asp?case=8&itemNum=198928
Links to Images and Other Refs

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Egyptian_Figurines.JPG

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1f/Samuel_and_Saidye_Bronfman_Archaeology_WingDSCN4968.JPG


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