Name owner: 

Title owner: –

Dimensions (hxwxd): 15.0 x ? x ? cm

Translation hieroglyphs: ?-Sa-?-?

Preservation: Excellent. Paint of the hieroglyphs faded for the most part. 

R-R: –

Provenance: Sold by Hamer Rooke galleries February 1994, lot 322, acquired from Anubis Ancient Art in 2011. 

Comments: Published in Harmer Rooke Galleries catalogue: “the Ben Bengal collection of Ancient coins” with pictures. The “stick” shabtis are dated to the 17th Dynasty. A recent study is made by Paul Wheelan in “Mere Scraps of Wood?” In the Manchester catalogue there is an example of an owner called Teti-Sa-Intef, which has very similar appearances as this example and also contains the clear defined Sa-bird and the hieroglyph of the sitting man. Whether this is the same owner remains uncertain. 

Additional information


17th dynasty



Ancient provenance

TT15, Dra Abu el-Naga, Thebes