Egyptian Polychrome Falcon Sarcophagus
The face gilt, with black details of the eyes and markings, wearing turquoise tripartite wig and a broad collar with central lotus flower and falcon-headed terminals. The body with an ankh symbol flanked by uraei wearing the crown of upper and lower Egypt, with seven columns of text over the ankles and feet and a last column over the back pillar.
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- "L'Exposition, Des animaux et des hommes à Mougins", Nice-Matin
- Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from 2012
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