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Egyptian mirror case in shape of ankh

Egyptian mirror case in shape of ankh

Mirror case in the shape of the ankh, the hieroglyph for life that is inlaid in colored glass to imitate lapis lazuli and turquoise with a kheper beetle of steatite and a sun disk of carnelian. Two uraeus serpents coiled on top of shen signs with carnelian sun disks on their heads flank the name of the king, and below the basket sign of the name is an opened lotus blossom. Located in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
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January 21, 2007
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