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Hieroglyphic writing. Architrave. Tomb of Nykaiankh. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Giza. British Museum.

Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Limestone architrave of the tomb of Nykaiankh with text inscribed with a prayer. Detail. The deceased is a priest of the

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Hieroglyphic writing. Architrave. Tomb of Nykaiankh. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Giza. British Museum.
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TRK1150051
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Hieroglyphic writing. Architrave. Tomb of Nykaiankh. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Giza. British Museum.
Location
British Museum, London, UK
Description
Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Limestone architrave of the tomb of Nykaiankh with text inscribed with a prayer. Detail. The deceased is a priest of the Sun Temple of King Userkaf. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. From the Tomb of Nykaiankh, Giza. British Museum. London. United Kingdom
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Tarker / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
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