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Ancient Egyptian Scribe

Ancient Egyptian Scribe

A statue depicting an Ancient Egyptian scribe, seated with a papyrus roll on his hands. It was once painted with colour (though fainted), with remnants of red paint can be seen on the legs. This limestone statue of unknown provenance is believed to be from the 5th dynasty in the Old Kingdom.

More information: Lourve A42

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