"Sceptre formed by the combination of signs; ankh (life), Djed (stability) and was (power) Wood Late Period (715-332 BC) In the tomb of Tutankhamun was found about forty wooden statues of the king and various divinities. According to Carter, their meaning was difficult to determine, although it was evident that there was a kind of magic inherent in the figures. @Museu_Egipci #Tut. by akhenatenator " ^**^
Ka-Aper, Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 5th Dynasty; reign of Userkaf, 2513 – 2506 BC. This is the oldest known life-size wooden statue in ancient Egypt. Carved of sycamore wood, it was discovered at Sakkara in the mastaba tomb of Ka-aper which lies west of the pyramid of Userkaf. It represents a khry-heb (lector priest) named Ka-aper, who is depicted in a realistic style with a neat hair cut, a round face and full cheeks.