Unfired pottery figurine of a man with his left arm extended across his chest to his right arm which is held up to his chin; the features of the face are crudely modelled by pinching together the clay to form a beak-like nose. In addition to the two slightly splayed feet the figure is supported by a tail. The figure is roughly formed by pinching the mud into shape before firing.

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Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
figure
Techniques
pinched

People

Acquired From
Haworth, Jesse to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, probably

Place

Found In
Gurob

Time

Acquired In
1912
Period/Culture
New Kingdom

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