Global Art & Artifacts


Authentic Anubis Ashabti.  Shabtis.  Statue.  Figure. Egypt.

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    Anubis is one of the most prominent and mystical gods of ancient Egypt. He was known since the earliest periods in the history of the civilization . .  first mentioned during the First Dynasty period.  In ancient Egyptian language, he was called Anpu or Inpu. … Continue reading

Cat Mummy Statue.  Figure.  Bastet. Funerary.  Afterlife.  Linen Wrapped.  Egypt.

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    Several Egyptian gods took the form of a cat . .  most notably, Bastet.   Bastet, half feline, half woman, was the goddess of the home, women’s secrets, fertility, childbirth…. and cats.  In many ways, cats became a religious icon and as well as household… Continue reading

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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