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Shaft tomb figure of a seated female, reconstructed from fragments with large portions of fill. The head is long and thin, concave at back. Mouth is small and slightly upturned. Nose is long and prominent, the eyes are partially closed and the ears are large and set low on the head. One ear has a lobe decoration. The head has a headdress or hat which surrounds a hole leading to the hollow centre of the figure. The shoulders are wide. The arms are rounded and rest at the waist. A thick bracelet surrounds each elbow. Wide set breasts protrude from the chest, and the stomach is distended. Half of the folded legs area has been broken off (parts b and c). Face and head area are intact fragments, as is the left arm.


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