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There are 4 objects for which Inscriptions contains → his
2005.8.14 DOMITIAE ROGA / TAE VIXIT / ANNIS XXIII / M IVLIVS / CETHEGVS / PHILYSSAM VXORI / CARISSIMAE FECIT (To Domitia Rogata. She lived twenty-three years. M. Iulius Cethegus Phyllissam made this for his dearest wife.) 2004.09.0010.jpg
39.8.2 Inscription painted in red (now missing on a broken piece?) and (retrograde) from satyr's mouth to his foot: KA[L]OS. 2003.21.0014.jpg
E.23.2 The inscription reads: ‘Offerings which the king shall give to Re-Horakhty, the great god, lord of the sky, so he might give voice offerings of bread, beer, incense, cattle, fowl and everything good and pure for the Ka of the Osiris [i.e. the deceased] Serep, true of voice and his beloved son Irt-Heru, true of voice, revered one before the great god, lord of the sky’. 2007.99.0044.jpg
E.65.10 Incised hieroglyth along the bottom curve of the mirror one one side which says "Great King's daughter of his body, his beloved great hts-sceptre of great sweetness and beloved Henuiti". 2007.01.0179.jpg
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