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EGYPTIAN KINGS PHARAOHS ANTIQUITIES Psamtik I Tomb STATUE EGYPT Carved STONE Bc

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Seller: 365dayes (58) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323208963128 ANCIENT EGYPT ANTIQUITIES PHARAOHS EGYPTIAN KING PSAMTIK I TOMB STATUE EGYPT CARVED STONE 664–525 BCEInformation About This Item:Height: 14.5.cm /5.70.inchBottom Diameter: 6.5x4.cm / 2.55x1.57.inchWeight: 320.gm /11.2.ozColor: Black Condition: As You Can See in Picture Perfect ConditionMade of Basalt Stone in Luxor EgyptShipping: DHL Fast Shipping 4-10 DAYS with Tracking NumberPsammetikhos (Psamtik) Tomb of Egypt's 26th DynastyPsamtik I, Psamtik Also Spelled Psammetichus, (Died 610 Bce), Governor, Later King (Reigned 664–610 Bce) of Ancient Egypt, Who Expelled the Assyrians from Egypt and Reunited the Country, Founding Its 26th Dynasty (664–525 Bce; See Ancient Egypt: the Late Period [664–332 Bce]). According to the Greek Historian Herodotus, He Was One of 12 Corulers and Secured the Aid of Greek Mercenaries in Order to Become Sole Ruler. After an Abortive Rebellion by His Vassals Against the Assyrian Ruler of Egypt in 663, Psamtik Was Unexpectedly Restored as Governor of Athribis, a City of the Nile River Delta, by the Assyrian King. Later, Rejecting His Vassal Status, He Negotiated an Alliance with Gyges, the King of Lydia in Asia Minor, Which Enabled Him to Subdue the Other Assyrian Princes and Vassals in the Delta (658–651). He Established His Capital at Sais, His Native City, in the Western Delta, and Proceeded to Reform Egypt’s Government. to Remove the Last Vestiges of the Rule of the Kings of Kush—the African Kingdom South of Egypt, Which Had Persisted After the Assyrian Raid of 663—he Negotiated the Adoption of His Daughter Nitocris by the Priestess of the Theban God Amon, Thus Securing Control Over the Considerable Wealth of the Temples. Thebes Remained Under Its Own Governor, an Appointee of the Kushites, but Psamtik Installed a New Official as Governor of the South and Also Created the Post of Administrator of Middle Egypt. in Addition, He Placed Military Garrisons Along the Nile Throughout Upper and Middle Egypt.Note: Dear Buyer/ This Statue Is Very Distinctive.I Do Not Sell You an Artifact, but I Sell a Piece of Pharaonic Carved Stone in the Desert of the Egyptian City of Luxor Since 1955. Is a Very Unique Pieces, as I Collect the Old Pieces Very Distinctive I Deal Honestly with All My Customers Are Not Like Others I Hope You Understand It Well Before Buying and Welcome Any Questions About This Item at Any Time I Wish Good Luck to AllI Guarantee That the Item Will Be Shipped in a Legal Manner According to Your Country's Rules and Policies and That I Will Take Care That Any Necessary Permits Will Be ArrangedWE ONLY DEPEND ON THE EXPRESS SHIPPING Items in Original Condition100% Basalt Stone IF YOU ARE A HOBBYIST WHO HAS ACQUIRED EVERYTHING THAT IS RARE AND OLD AND VERY VALUABLE, YOU CAN FOLLOW UP ON MY POSSESSIONS Thank You for Looking and the Best of Luck Condition: %100 Stone in Luxor Egypt, Perfect Condition, Material: Stone, Provenance: Luxor Egypt

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