Objects from Tomb of Thutmose IV

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by Keith Schengili-Roberts
published on 15 May 2013

Objects from the tomb of Thutmose IV, 14th century BCE, including amulets in the form of the ankh, symbol of life or everlasting life.

Two large amulets in the shape of an ankh were found among shabti figures and other funerary objects from the tomb of Thutmose IV (KV 43).

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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