Shabti of Seniu
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Amenhotep I–Thutmose III, (ca. 11525–1504 B.C.E)
Upper Egypt; Thebes, Southern Asasif, Cliff Tomb (MMA 1021), Radim near mouth of tomb, MMA 1918-1919
Glazed steatite, paint, H. 27.3 cm (10 3/4 in); w. 8 cm (3 1/8 in); d. 5 cm (1 15/16 in)
MMA 19.3.206, Rogers Fund, 1919

(From museum website):
"The shabti of the chief steward and scribe Seniu is a particularly fine example of this type of funerary figurine from the early New Kingdom. It is inscribed with the spell ensuring that the shabti will perform certain kinds of labor for the deceased in the afterlife. This work included maintenance of irrigation canals, and cultivation of the fields. The shabti was discovered during excavations by the Museum's Egyptian Expedition. It had been broken and mended in antiquity suggesting that it was valued by its owner."

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