; Date(s): -2119 - -1794; Classification(s): figure, statuette, carved; Acquisition: given by Hornblower, G.D., 1939 [E.190.1939]
Description: female figure, standing, wearing wig, feet missing. Fertility figures were placed in tombs and graves as a refernce to fertility and rebirth in the afterlife. The swollen thighs and abdomens indicate that they are linked to fertility. This figure is shown wearing a Hathor wig as a link to the goddess, who could be linked to the West (afterlife) and fertility in general.