Shabti of Taharqo

Third Intermediate Period

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 130

The Kushite kings who ruled Egypt were buried in their Nubian homeland; this shabti of King Taharqo is carved from a distinctive Nubian stone and is presumably from his pyramid at Nuri.

Shabti of Taharqo, Granite  [a Nubian variety]

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