Item one: Cf. L. M. Berman, Catalogue of Egyptian Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1999, pp. 450-451, no. 349 for an identical shabti.
Ankh-hor was Chief Steward of the Divine Votress Nitocris I (daughter of Psammetichus I), Great Mayor of Memphis, Overseer of Upper Egypt in Thebes and Overseer of the Priests of Amun during the reigns of Psamtek II and Apries. His tomb (TT414) is the fourth largest in the Theban necropolis at Asasif and one of a series built at the end of the Third Intermediate Period for high officials in the estates of the God's Wives of Amun. As Chief Steward of Nitocris, he would have been one of the most important and wealthiest men in Egypt.