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Computer Desk and Hutch

Have received many comments lately… am not sure if they all were legitimate… such overwhelming positive reaction does seem suspicious. and adds to the workload, which is not nice when trying to be serious (groan)… but thanks anyways, with appreciation to those that were legitimate, if any… from now on the comment function is only available for posts, not for the pages any more…  also a certain amount of specificity from the comments would be appreciated…

All the comments that have been posted on the pages will be deleted at the next overhaul of the site…

Thanks again, good luck and keep sailing 🙂

PS: ‘Comments’ has been disabled on this post…


About archaeologicallinks

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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