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Shabti Dolls are figures, shaped as male or female, helped accompany the deceased to the after-life. What is fascinating to me about this concept is that the Egyptians in the Ancient times did not discriminate between male or female. However, the poor did not have the privilege to have Shabti Dolls escort them to the after-life. I believe the creator of these Shabti dolls wanted to show respect to the high-archery while expressing himself through his art and talent. Individuals possibly rest easily knowing that these dolls will assist them in their journey to eternity. The Middle Age era was a time I was not to familiar with and was the least interested in out of the 3 we are discussing. However, the Gothic Cathedral
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