- Respondents (Egyptian funerary statuettes)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: James, G. Shabtis a private view, c2002: p. xv (statuettes were called shabtis, shawabtis or ushebtis depending on when they were made; Shabtis first appeared during the 12th Dynasty of the Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 BC; wooden figures made 1782-1570 BC called shawabtis; by 525-332 BC funerary statuettes became known as ushebtis)
- found: Random House dict. (Shawabti also ushebti)
- 2003-07-28: new
- 2003-09-25: revised
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