Egyptian Faience ushabti for Neferhotep, New Kingdom, 19th Dinasty (1279-1213 BC). Kingdom of Ramses II
Conservation: It presents a lack in the area of the feet.
Dimensions: 13,5 cm
Provenance: Dr. L. Benguerel Godó collection, Barcelona, acquired in London in 1960 / Archaeological Gallery, Spain, 2015
This ushebti is represented as a worker, since he wields two hoes to work in the fields of Osiris in the Beyond. On the body he has a vertical register of hieroglyphic writing which is translated as “May the Osiris be illuminated, Neferhotep, just of voice”.