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The statue of Seated Scribe from the 5th Dynasty, 24th Century BC was found in a tomb at Saqqara in 1893. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. It is made out of painted limestone and depicts an unknown scribe. He is sitting in a cross-legged position and wearing a black wig that slightly flares up off his shoulders. His white skirt is stretched out and serves as a platform for the scroll. In his left hand, he is holding a partly unrolled papyrus roll. His right hand probably held a stylus or reed and is balanced over the open papyrus in the act of writing.
Depicts the statue of Seated Scribe.
Stylized state name (Arab Republic of Egypt) divides denomination in Arabic and English and abbreviation of state name (A.R.E.) below, the date in Arabic (Hijri) and Western (Georgian) divides by a vulture with open wings. Engraver's initials (ECC) below.
5 ٥ جمهورية مصر العربية