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Statue of the Chantress Nehy 3d printed
Statue of the Chantress Nehy 3d printed
Statue of the Chantress Nehy 3d printed

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Statue of the Chantress Nehy

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From the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD: Depicted much as she would have appeared in life, the Chantress Nehy sits on a chair and holds in her left hand the symbol of her profession, a sistrum or rattle used in the worship of the goddess Hathor. Judging from her fine clothing and elegant hairstyle, as well as the scale and quality of her statue, we may assume that Nehy was able to afford a fine burial to ensure her place in the afterlife. Most likely this statue, one of two known, graced a tomb at Saqqara, the ancient necropolis of Memphis.
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Statue of the Chantress Nehy
4.7 cm
9.0 cm
13.1 cm

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