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Triad of women

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Wood, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12–13
Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Rogers Fund and Edward S. Harkness Gift 1924
Title: Triad of women
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Wood, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12–13.

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