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Erotic figurine

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Faience, Late Period–Ptolemaic Period
Rights: Public Domain
Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Theodore M. Davis Collection Bequest of Theodore M. Davis 1915
Title: Erotic figurine
Description:
Faience, Late Period–Ptolemaic Period.

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