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    Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek, 26th Dynasty, around 630 B.C. holding ankh and jed in opposite hands

  • Barbara Taylor

    Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek, 26th Dynasty, around 630 BCE.

  • Missy Kelly

    Egyptian Siltstone Sarcophagus of Sasobek, 26th Dynasty, around 630 B.C.

  • Akira Cheyenne Feathermoon

    Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek, 26th Dynasty, around 630 B.C. (LOVE the warm background coloring)

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