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Stucco over linen cartonnage fragment with five seated rulers wearing elaborate collars and chin beards in a night time setting, traces of black, brown, green, yellow, and white with two lines of hieroglyphics to the right. Displayed in a shadow box. New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty.
7" x 5 ¾"
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