Female Offering Bearer

c. 667–647 BCE
Location: 107 Egyptian
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A servant girl brings tomb offerings to the tomb owner. She carries long stalks of papyri with lotus flosers and buds slung over her arms. The basket balanced on her head contains either fruit or cakes. To the left is an incomplete offering formula. Based on Old Kingdom work.
Female Offering Bearer

Female Offering Bearer

c. 667–647 BCE

Egypt, Thebes, Late period (715–332 BCE), Dynasty 26

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