Female figurine

Egyptian
Second Intermediate Period
about 1700–1550 B.C.


Findspot: Egypt, Deir el-Ballas, North Kom

Dimensions

Length: 13.5 cm (5 5/16 in.)

Accession Number

47.1674

Medium or Technique

Clay

Not On View

Collections

The Ancient World

Classifications

Sculpture

One clay fragment of a female figurine. It is a crude female figurine made of pale yellow clay. It is a steatopygous. It is decorated with incised lines and dots. The eyes are narrow slits. The ears are pierced. There are four holes at the back of the head. The pubic area is represented with incised lines. The head is an exagerated shape. It is a C-Group or Pan-Grave type. The arms come down to the sides, and the hands blend into the legs. The neck is broken and mended. The lower legs are broken off and missing. “Unregistered Feb - April 1901. Imp 1947. Deir el Ballas. Clay models from Northern Kom.”

Provenance

From Deir el-Ballas, North Kom (see Notes by F.W. Green; s.d. March 5, 1900; in unnumbered room after "220") 1947: (G.A.Reisner's Hearst excavations, 1900-1901). Brought from Harvard Camp in 1947.

Credit Line

Brought from Harvard Camp in 1947