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English: Osiris, Isis and Horus: pendant bearing the name of King Osorkon II
Français : Pendentif au nom du roi Osorkon II représentant Osiris, Isis et Horus
Česky: Soška zobrazující Usira, který se nachází na pilíři vyrobeného z lapis lazuli. Po pravé straně stojí jeho manželka Eset a na straně druhé jejich syn Hor. Sloupek nese jméno faraona Osorkona II.
Date between 874 and 850 BC ( Twenty-second dynasty)
Medium gold, lapis lazuli and glass
Dimensions 17.59 × 6.6 cm (6.9 × 2.6 in)
Department of Egyptian Antiquities, Sully, 1st floor, room 29
Accession number E 6204
Source/Photographer Guillaume Blanchard, Own work, July 2004, Fujifilm S6900


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