1075-664 BC. Green fiance, 3 1/2" height. The figure wearing a desert hood, detailed face, with hands drawn to the abdomen. Small glaze chip at the foot, otherwise retaining its glossy green glaze - usually degraded from desert burial. Ushabti were interned with the deceased to serve them in the Afterlife. Burials of the wealthy contained as much as 100 or more, while burials of commoners usually contained one, to do the chores of the deceased.