Ushabti of Egyptian Ramose – ancient Egyptian scribe and artisan , Egyptian Ushabti, Handmade in Egypt


Ancient Egyptian Ramose Ushabti made from natural Granite stone, ancient Egyptian scribe and artisan who lived in Deir el-Medina on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Thebes, during the reigns of Ramesses II, handmade antique representing Egyptian Art suitable for home decor

Ramose was the son of the retainer Amenemheb and the Lady Kakaia. He was married to the Lady Mutemwia (Wia), daughter of the royal scribe Huy and Nofretkau.

Despite extensive offerings to fertility gods like Hathor, Min and Taweret, Ramose and Wia were unable to have a biological child. Ramose is thought to have adopted the scribe Qenhirkhopeshef so that the latter could inherit his estate.X


Medium: Stone

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Medium: Stone


3.5 inches


13.5 inches

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