Combination Lot 823

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Product Number:823


13 ¾" x 11 ½"


1570-1342 BC
Egyptian Limestone wall fragment depicts Pharaoh Tutankhamen perfuming his wife, Queen Ankhesenamun. The Pharaoh is seated, wearing a headdress with the Uraeus cobra, and pouring out perfume from a bottle into the palms of the seated Queen, who is wearing a headdress displaying the sun disc of Amun-Ra and the plume feathers of the goddess Ma'at. Hieroglyphs, cartouches and symbols on the top. 18th Dynasty.

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