Egyptian coffin lid fragment
DMNH #AN-2013-118.638. Egyptian coffin lid fragment. This coffin lid fragment dates to about the 4th-3rd centuries BCE (during the Ptolemaic period) and comes from a tomb in Thebes (the ancient city upon whose ruins modern Luxor is built), Egypt.
Photo by Rick Wicker.
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