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This Statue represents an Egyptian queen about fourteen hundred BC.
1990 Donna Hollinger

This Statue represents an Egyptian queen about fourteen hundred BC.

Vatican Museum view map

See her tail? The Romans, even in ancient
times, were great admirers of Egyptian art...and have
more obelisks in Rome than there are in Cairo. The
craze in Italy for all things Egyptian is called
Eggitiana (I think) and modern Romans as well as the ancient
ones are still going strong.


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