A pectoral depicting the birth of the sun from the burial of Queen Kama on Leontopolis mother of Osorkon III  and possibly wife of Shoshenq IV. - stock photo
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A pectoral depicting the birth of the sun from the burial of Queen Kama on Leontopolis mother of Osorkon III and possibly wife of Shoshenq IV.

A pectoral depicting the birth of the sun from the burial of Queen Kama on Leontopolis mother of Osorkon III and possibly wife of Shoshenq IV. The ram-headed god Khnum is flanked by the goddesses Hathor and Maat. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian Period/ Date: 3rd Intermediate, 23rd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Material/ Size: gold, lapis lazuli, silver and glass H=11.7cm. Place of Origin: Tanis. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum Cairo. Location: 42A

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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4134 x 3805 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
14 x 13 inches / 35 x 32 cm

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