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Tutankhamun & Ankhsenamun


Mark Cartwright
by Pataki Márta
published on 01 April 2014
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A detail from the throne of Tutankhamun which shows the pharaoh with his wife Ankhsenamun on the right. c. 1327 BCE, National Museum, Cairo.

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