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Faience, light blue glaze and black pigment
Gift of Dr. Robert Winthrop Gillman
Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas
Inscribed, in hieroglyphs, gives the deceased's name as: [translated: ¦T¦n-imn] [some diacritical marks omitted]
Dr. Robert Winthrop Gillman
1952-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Egyptian, Shabti, between 1070 and 712 BCE, faience, light blue glaze and black pigment. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Dr. Robert Winthrop Gillman, 52.58.B.
North American, Native American