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    • Chair of king Tut-Ankh-amon

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    • A pectoral with an alternating pattern of scarab and uraeus. The scarab represents the legend of the endless life and the ceaseless journey of the sun. The uraeus is a sign of royalty
    • Akhenaten

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    • A version of the nemes bearing the hooded uraeus. Hair is braided and nearly finished at the ends, probably enclosed in a gold band
    • Ramesses III and son Amen

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    • Sometimes the head of a prince is shaved, with one lock pulled to the side and clapped with gold. This indicates kinship with the gods. The headdress of the king is composed of the crown of Lower Egypt, the plume of divinity, and the uraeus
    • Ptolemy I

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    • Fragment of a basalt Egyptian-style statue of Ptolomy I; the nemes headdress and the uraeus identify the subject of the statue as a ruler. The mouth has drill holes in the corners, forcing the lips into a wide smile, an expression characteristic of...

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