Two Shabtis and a Djed Pillar
Following order of info card: ?Shabti of Nectanebo I (ca. 380-343 BCE)?
(But museum site shows different photo?)
Faience Djed Pillar Amulet
Egypt, Late Period, Ptolemaic Period (ca. 664-30 BCE)
Gift of Mrs. W.L. Graves, LACMA 45.23.53
Shabti at right:
Shabti of Heka-em-saef, Captain of the Royal Fleet, 26th Dynasty, reign of Amasis (569-526 BCE)
Faience, apple green glaze, Height: 7 3/16 in. (18.3 cm); Width: 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm); Depth of foot: 1 9/16 in. (3.9 cm)
Gift of Mrs. William Leon Graves, LACMA 45.23.42

(From museum info card)
"The intact burial chamber of Heka-emsaef was discovered by the Egyptian Antiquities Service at Saqqara in 1903. The burial included 401 shabti figures, many bearing the owner’s title, Overseer of the Royal Fleet.."


Shawabti of Lady Sati @ Brooklyn Museum

Ushebti of Amenirdis I @ OIM

New Kingdom Ushebtis @ OIM

Royal Ushebti @ OIM