Egyptian Coffin with Coiled Snake (Atum) on the Top

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Arienne King
by Art Institute of Chicago
published on 03 October 2020
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Bronze coffin decoration depicting the god Atum as a coiled serpent. Late Period, 664–30 BCE. (Art Institute of Chicago)

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