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Lost LABYRINTH Of Egypt Scanned


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« Reply #45 on: September 30, 2008, 08:39:25 pm »











Finally, the northern cemeteries at Hawara, and probably also the village south of the pyramid, were continually used after the official conversion of the Roman Empire to Christianity in the 4th century AD. In 1888, workmen brought to Petrie the finds from some rich burials of this date, including one apparently of a child for which the grave goods are preserved in the Petrie Museum (Figure Cool. They offer an instructive contrast to the finds from the tomb of Satrenenutet, though the position of the objects around the body or bodies was not recorded for the late burials.

 

 



Figure 8. Toys and other objects found in a tomb

(later second century AD).
 
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