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English: The so-called Seated Scribe. Painted limestone, eyes inlaid with rock crystal in copper, 4th of 5th dynasty of Egypt, 2600–2350 BC. From Saqqarah.
Français : Le « Scribe accroupi ». Calcaire peint, yeux en cuivre incrusté de cristal de roche, IVe ou Ve dynastie d'Égypte, 2600-2350 av. J.-C. Provenance : Saqqara.
Dimensions H. 53.7 cm (21 in.), W. 44 cm (17 ¼ in.), D. 35 cm (13 ¾ in.)
Department of Egyptian antiquities, Sully, first floor, room 22
Accession number E 3023
Source/Photographer Ivo Jansch ( Flickr)


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