Made of wood, it was covered with gold foil inlaid with colored glass and faience in a rishi pattern. The vulture Nekhbet and cobra Wadjet, goddesses of Upper and lower Egypt, protect the king's body with their wings. The king is shown holding a crook and flail inlaid in faience and glass. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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