Ushabti and ushabti box.
From the family grave of the royal craftsman Sennedjem at Deir el-Medina.
New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, Reign of Sethos I, 1306-1290 BC.
Human funerary figurines, or ushabti, which symbolize the deceasedís servants, formed an important part of New Kingdom funerary paraphernalia. They were kept in boxes, called canopic.