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Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

akg-images SAQQARA / TOMB OF KAGEMNI / CATTLESaqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC). Cattle being moved through...

akg-images SAQQARA / TOMB OF KAGEMNI / CATTLESaqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC). Cattle being moved through...

Tomb of Kagemni (detail - ducks), Teti cemetery, Sakkara, Ancien Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

Tomb of Kagemni (detail - ducks), Teti cemetery, Sakkara, Ancien Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

Sakkara, Memphis, Tomb of Kagmeni, 6th Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Egypt.

Sakkara, Memphis, Tomb of Kagmeni, 6th Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Egypt.

Ducks in a basket, Sakkara, Memphis, Tomb of Kagmeni, 6th Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Egypt.

Ducks in a basket, Sakkara, Memphis, Tomb of Kagmeni, 6th Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Egypt.

Gazelle in Ankhhors tomb at Luxor.

Gazelle in Ankhhors tomb at Luxor.

Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

Iron Age Owl Brooch Unearthed in Denmark Shaped like an owl, the brooch, which has large orange eyes and colorful wings, dates to the Iron Age, and would have been used to fasten a man’s cloak. “There are very few of these types of fasteners,” archaeologist Christina Seehusen of Bornholm Museum told The Copenhagen Post. It was probably made along the Roman frontier, in Cologne or another nearby town.

Iron Age Owl Brooch Unearthed in Denmark Shaped like an owl, the brooch, which has large orange eyes and colorful wings, dates to the Iron Age, and would have been used to fasten a man’s cloak. “There are very few of these types of fasteners,” archaeologist Christina Seehusen of Bornholm Museum told The Copenhagen Post. It was probably made along the Roman frontier, in Cologne or another nearby town.