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Four Egyptian faience figures
From left to right:
Dynasty 27–29, ca. 525–380 B.C.E.
New Kingdom, 1567–1087 B.C.E.
Late period, Dynasty 21-22, ca. 1069–715 B.C.E.
shawabti of a man named Zedher
Late period, Dynasty 33, ca. 380–343 B.C.E.
A small exhibit highlighted Egyptian faience, a colorful composite of quartz and copper oxides made in the ancient world. Drawn mainly from the permanent collection, the exhibit included shawabtis, amulets, scarabs, and jewelry.
Museum of Art and Archaeology | College of Arts and Science | University of Missouri
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