Introduction: During the medieval age, communities and cultures speak and understand their ways of life as they enact the sculptures. Obviously, in that period of time, the line, shape, and texture of the sculptures interprets the purpose and function they were created for. Apparently, the sculptures were essentially created to depict spiritual, abstract, and religious sentiments or belief of the people. That is why the statue of Memi and Sabu portrays a different contest, function, and appearance from that of the seated statue of Gudea.
The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu was sculpted between the years of 2575–2465 B.C. in the region of Giza, Egypt (Metropolitan Museum of Art a, 2016). In comparison with the Statute of Gudea which was sculpted around the year 2090 B.C. in Girsu which is now known as Lagash in the present day Northern Iraq (United States Department of Defense, n.d.).
The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu statue was used in the ancient tombs and burial grounds in Ancient Egypt. The purpose of the statue of Memi and Sabu was to give the deceased or departed spirits a comfortable home and place where they could receive gifts of food that are laid outside their tomb during their demise (Metropolitan Museum of Art a, 2016). So the function of the statue of Memi and Sabu was to provide a resting place for the spirits of departed members of the Egyptian society while facilitating them with food at the same time. In comparison with the Statue of Gudea, the purpose