11 June 2003
AN EGYPTIAN WOOD FIGURE OF A MAN
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty XI-XIV, 2040-1640 B.C.
Standing with his feet together, his arms held at his sides, wearing a long, apron-fronted kilt topped by a black belt, depicted with yellow-colored skin, the nipples, navel and fingers detailed in black, with short black hair and large eyes with white and black details beneath thin brows
7 3/8 in. (18.7 cm) high
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For the type see p. 98, fig. 127 in Donadoni Roveri, ed., Egyptian Civilization, Religious Beliefs.
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