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Egyptian seated scribe statue

It was found north of the alley of the Sphinx leading to the Serapeum in one of the villages of the Saqqara region, near the tomb of the priest "Kay". Currently, it is in the Egyptian Museum. It is the statue of the "Egyptian Seated Scribe".

A 51 cm high carved limestone statue from the necropolis of Saqqara, representing a person transcribing manuscripts and documents.

Regarding the identity of the writer, it is still unknown to scholars and historians, but it is said that it belongs to a person called "Khun Ra", the son of King Khafre, the owner of the second pyramid on the Giza plateau, and one of the kings of the Fourth Dynasty.