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Title: Une statue de Neshor surnommé Psamétik-menkhib
Author(s): VERNUS, Pascal
Journal: Revue d'Égyptologie
Volume: 42 Date: 1991
Publication of a fragment of a statue belonging to the famous Ns-ḥr (end of Dynasty 26), probably originally set up in the Osiris temple at Abydos. The type of the statue and its inscriptions relate it closely to another statue of Ns-ḥr: Louvre A 90. There is a noteworthy allusion to the donation of land for the sustenance of fowl pastors.