Category: Ancient Egyptian artifacts Pesesh-kef wands 50% Off
Brown limestone Pesesh-Kef Wand, believed to be an instrument used to support the lower jaw of the corpse during ancient Egypt’s early embalming stage. At the top, the head of Ibis, a sunflower on one side, hieroglyphics on the other. 26th Dynasty
663 - 525 BC
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