by Jaun R. Lazaro
published on 22 January 2016

An ivory lable fragment depicting the Egyptian king Den (c. 2990 BCE) who ruled during the First Dynasty. He is the first ruler to be depicted wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Abydos, Umm el Qaab, tomb T, the Tomb of Horus Den. (Egyptian Museum, Cairo)

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