Ancient Egyptian Ushabtis
Faience Ushabti with five lines of hieroglyphics, arms crossed with a hoe and pick, tripartite wig, smiling full mouth, high cheeks, thin eyebrows. Often called "Servants of the Afterlife," Ushabtis were placed in the tomb of the Mummy and were intended to be servants that would magically come to life and do any chore the Mummy might be called upon to perform in the afterlife. 26th Dynasty.
Pre-Columbian Olmec Statue
Carved black stone animal on its stomach, the front legs wide open, the back legs clung to the stomach, protruding eyes, opened triangular mouth. Very mysterious animal.
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