Model Type
combination: baking / brewing / butchery
Garstang Inventory: i. Sacrifice group, six figures, including two females standing, one with fan and vase, other with basket and vase.

Tooley-1989 p. 212 [describing offering bearers only]: Tomb BH585 of Xnm-nxti and nTr-nxti Cairo. H.35.1 cms (plate 50: - 1). Two female figures integral to a baker-brewer-butcher scene. Both stand with feet together, entirely naked except for elaborate polychrome collars. The hair is long, modelled at the back, drooping over the shoulders, but painted in front. The left hand figure carries a trapezoid basket supported by the straight left arm. The right arm is held in front of the body with a large jar in the hand. The right hand figure holds a fan in the pendant left hand, whilst the right arm is held out in front of the body, the hand holding a b3st-jar. The bodies are voluptuous, with swelling thighs, high narrow waists and wide pointed breasts. The faces have wedge noses, slit mouths and painted eyes (Garstang 1904b , 223; 1907 a , 94-5, fig.84. SAOS neg. B583).
Beni Hasan
BH 585
11th Dyn. to Amenemhat II
Ref. for dating
Tooley-1989 p. 47
Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Accession number
Height 35.1 cm
References (Bibliography)
Garstang-1907a , pp. 94-5, fig. 84.
Tooley-1989 , pp. 47, 212, Ill. 50:1
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internal ID: 1330