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    • Kate Anderson

      Cosmetic Spoon: Girl picking lotus flowers. Susana Alegre García September 1, 2008. Last updated on September 11, 2008 Period: New Kingdom (1570-1070) a. C. Dimensions: Maximum length: 18 cm. Materials: Wood Preservation Location: Louvre, Paris Location Location: Probably the place of origin is the area of the Theban necropolis. http://www.egiptologia.com/arte/104-obras-en-detalle/2769-cuchara-de-la-nina-recogiendo-flores-de-loto.html

    • Travel Fox

      Girl picking Lotus spoon flowers, New Kingdom, Louvre museum, Paris. #ancientegyptians #lotus #museum #history

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