Ushabtis look like human figures that have been mummified, usually with their arms crossed over their chest. Some, like the Getty's ushabti, were very carefully made, with detailed features, while others are much simpler. They could be made out of almost any material, including wood or clay, but the most common material for making ushabtis was called faience. Faience is a type of ceramic, but without clay, that was glazed and fired.The most common color of faience glaze was some variation of blue or green, but faience could also be many other colors, such as red, white, yellow, or black. Faience was relatively cheap and was used to make dozens of different types of objects, from vessels to jewelry, and especially ushabtis.
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