The Egyptians believed in an interaction with transcendent spheres.
Therefore, different media were used to address dead individuals as well as divinities.
Ancient Egyptian culture is documented over more than 3000 years.
Architecture, writing, figurative art, religious thoughts, literature, medicine, magic and daily life culture developed through this long period of time by continually changing its features and reflecting new historical and social realities.
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The rear bears the depiction of the working basket, while the collar around the neck and the working tools held in the hands cross over the chest on the front of the figure.
Shabtis are attested in different materials (wood, stone, faience) according both to the deceased’s status and the trend of the period.
A significant example is also provided by shabti statuettes (fig. Shabtis were human-headed mummiform funerary statuettes attested from the Middle Kingdom onwards and meant for the deceased’s afterlife.
While representing the deceased, they fulfilled his/her jobs in the beyond.