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EGYPTIAN PHARAOHS ANTIQUITIES Thoth Boat Stela Fragment Relief 1570-1314 BC

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Seller: ancient-egypt (188) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 162974099782 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE BABOON THOTH BOAT OF THE MOON STELA WALL FRAGMENT RELIEF 1570-1314 BC Thoth Seated in the Crescent shaped Boat of the Moon Being Presented with the Wedjat-Eye by a Baboon, the Animal Form of Himself. the Boat Floats Above the Glyph ‘Heavens,’ and the Driftnet Ahead Suggests That the Moon-Boat Is Flowing with the Currents of Heaven. Nile Boats Used a Driftnet Going Downstream to the Sea and a Sail Going Upstream to the South- Length: 15 Cm / 5.90 Inch - Width: 23 Cm / 9 Inch - Thickness: 2 cm / 0.78 Inch- Weight: 1200 gm Provenance:(Object Is Accompanied with an Scanned Copy of Certificate of Ownership)The New Certificate Of Ownership Which Contain All the Object Information And Previous Owner Information And Your Name As A New Owner Of The Object Will Be Sent to Your Email After 1 weekI Herewith Declare That the Object Was Purchased by Me in Egypt / Luxor City 1979 as a Part of Large Collection and Has Been in My Collection Since Then.I Warrant That the Object Is in the Same Condition as I Bought It from the Previous Owner and That There Is No Any Alterations of Any Kind(This Illustrated Certificate of Ownership Contain)Name & Hand-Signature of the Current OwnerPrevious & Current Owner Addresses / Contact InformationObject NameObject ConditionObject DimensionsObject Country / City of Origin Condition: Certified Pre-Owned (CPO), Material: Stone, Provenance: Ownership History Available, Object Type: Ancient Egyptian Historical Artifacts

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