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Detail of a gold flower diadem from the Gold Tomb

Detail of a gold flower diadem from the Gold Tomb

Gold flower diadem from KV 56 tomb, also called the Gold Tomb, in the Valley of the Kings. The diadem is made in the shape of a ring of thin gold decorated with sixteen golden flowers inscribed with the names of King Seti II and his senior royal wife Queen Twosret inside cartouches of the late Nineteenth Dynasty.
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February 19, 2007
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© Sandro Vannini/Corbis
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