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Egyptian Ivory Dog

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by The British Museum
published on 13 March 2017
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A small figurine of a dog. The dog is swallowing a fish, with its tail here rendered in bronze. Egyptian, 18th Dynasty (1350-1300 BCE), Thebes, ivory and bronze. (British Museum, London)

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