An archaeologist evaluates an unusual artifact.
It–she, Nur found herself thinking–was taller than an actual person and didn't quite match any particular style Nur had encountered before in her career, but she was beautifully made: long necklaces and flower garlands that the preliminary tests claimed bore traces of ancient paint, bangles so delicate Nur could almost hear them clatter together, and the breasts almost the size of Nur's head didn't hurt her appreciation any. The statue was meant to look artful rather than realistic, and in Nur's opinion it was a good move on the sculptor's part. She could have admired it for hours, easily, but there was work to be done; with a sigh, Nur pulled herself away from her reverie and began going over her checklist.
From fail-fandomanon.dreamwidth.org: "Nur has a worthy but boring job as a restorer of rare historical artifacts. One day one of these artifacts, a statue of a beautiful woman, comes to life and sexytimes ensue."
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