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BOOK:  Egyptian Shabtis.  H.M. Stewart.  Paperback.  2008.  Shire Egyptology.  Ushabti.

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  The ancient Egyptians believed that the statutory agricultural labor imposed on them in order to use the Nile floods would continue to be imposed after death and into the afterlife.  The shabtis / ushabti – small inscribed figures of adult male/female forms – were formed and made of… Continue reading

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