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Mirror case with god Heh from tomb of Tutankhamun

Mirror case with god Heh from tomb of Tutankhamun

A mirror case that takes the form of the god Heh holding notched palm ribs resting on tadpoles and shen rings. hanging from the ends of the palm ribs are cartouches with the names of the king. above the king's head which would have protected the disk of the mirror is carved with the king's throne name. Gilded wood and gold leaf. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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42-23860647
Date Photographed:
November 16, 2006
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© Sandro Vannini/Corbis
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