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Note on on-going reconstruction of webpage…

Since this is the first time I am doing this, all the links are best accessed on the full list on the main page for each category, which also is easier for cutting and pasting… The drop down pages at the top menu are all under construction, it might take a while considering the amount of links there are… I will also try to seperate the specifically Egyptian links into their own category as well, so the drop down pages for the category ‘In English’ only will have the more general links… those interested in Egypt and the Sudan, other regions or subjects. should remember that the general links also have access to resources on Egypt…

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Glazed Composition Pectoral c.1250 BC New Kingdom/Reign of Ramesses II Glazed composition pectoral: in the form of a pylon, or temple gateway. It depicts the god Anubis as a jackal, with a winged ‘wedjat’, or sacred eye, in the upper left-hand corner. The colour blue connotes resurrection, as often remarked, and the colour yellow alludes to the sun, itself a powerful symbol of resurrection. (Source: The British Museum)

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