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Egyptian greywacke statue of a woman with a Hathor wig
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Female statuette, wearing Hathor wig, lower legs missing, inscribed. Hathor wigs were common at this time. Greywacke stone, polished, length 15 cm, 1794-1648 B.C. Find Spot: Egypt. Dynasty 13, Middle Kingdom.
Accession Number: E.67.1932
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Captured: 2013:10:21 14:44:06
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