This is a hoe.
It is from Qurna, Thebes. Hoes and ploughs were used in agricultural work to break up the soil for planting. In Egypt the Nile flood deposited the nutrient-rich silt on the fields, and the hoeing and ploughing worked the silt into the earth. Farm workers could also use hoes to dig and fill planting holes, cover seeds, and dig out weeds. With short handles like this, it was back-breaking work. This is a hoe. It is made from wood and cord. It is between 3,300 and 3,600 years old, dating to the 18th Dynasty (1550-1295 BCE) in the New Kingdom.