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Reserve head

4th Dyn. c. 2600 BC; acquired by Hermann Junker during his excavation in Giza 1912–1929

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Reserve head

4th Dyn. c. 2600 BC; acquired by Hermann Junker during his excavation in Giza 1912–1929

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Funeral statue of Lady Khent and her youngest child

c. 2300 BC; acquired by Hermann Junker during his excavation in Giza 1912–1929

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Funeral statue of Lady Khent and her youngest child

c. 2300 BC; acquired by Hermann Junker during his excavation in Giza 1912–1929

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Mummy board and inner coffin for Nes-pauti-taui

21st Dyn, c. 1000 BC; excavated in 1891

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Mummy board and inner coffin for Nes-pauti-taui

21st Dyn, c. 1000 BC; excavated in 1891

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Egyptian mummy

22nd dynasty (c. 950–730 BC); beginning of the 20th century

National Museum of Romanian History

Bucharest, Romania
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Egyptian mummy

22nd dynasty (c. 950–730 BC); beginning of the 20th century

National Museum of Romanian History

Bucharest, Romania
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Sarcophagus of the mourning women

It is thought to be the sarcophagus of the King of Sidon, Straton (374-358 BC)

Istanbul Archaeological Museums

Istanbul, Turkey
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Sarcophagus of the mourning women

It is thought to be the sarcophagus of the King of Sidon, Straton (374-358 BC)

Istanbul Archaeological Museums

Istanbul, Turkey
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Male head

Beginning of 1st millenium AD South-Arabia; brought to Vienna by Edward Glaser in 1882–1894

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Male head

Beginning of 1st millenium AD South-Arabia; brought to Vienna by Edward Glaser in 1882–1894

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Egyptian Collection

Vienna, Austria
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Tomb relief from Palmyra

AD 3rd century

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Vienna, Austria
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Tomb relief from Palmyra

AD 3rd century

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Vienna, Austria
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Tombstone from Halhul

Hegira 55 / AD 674, Umayyad

Islamic Museum, al-Aqsa Mosque / al-Haram al-Sharif

Jerusalem
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Tombstone from Halhul

Hegira 55 / AD 674, Umayyad

Islamic Museum, al-Aqsa Mosque / al-Haram al-Sharif

Jerusalem
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Panel from a cenotaph or symbolic coffin with marquetry decoration

Hegira 2nd century / AD second half 8th century, Abbasid

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, United States of America
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Panel from a cenotaph or symbolic coffin with marquetry decoration

Hegira 2nd century / AD second half 8th century, Abbasid

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, United States of America
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Fragment of a monumental inscription from a gravestone

Hegira 3rd–4th centuries / AD 9th–10th centuries, Fatimid

Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum

Berlin, Germany
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Fragment of a monumental inscription from a gravestone

Hegira 3rd–4th centuries / AD 9th–10th centuries, Fatimid

Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum

Berlin, Germany
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Tombstone

Hegira 2 Muharram 379 / AD 21 March 991, Umayyad of Córdoba, Caliphate period

National Museum of Archaeology

Lisbon, Portugal
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Tombstone

Hegira 2 Muharram 379 / AD 21 March 991, Umayyad of Córdoba, Caliphate period

National Museum of Archaeology

Lisbon, Portugal
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Latin funerary stele (gravestone)

Hegira 397 / AD 1007, Zirid

Museum of Islamic Art

Raqqada, Kairouan, Tunisia
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Latin funerary stele (gravestone)

Hegira 397 / AD 1007, Zirid

Museum of Islamic Art

Raqqada, Kairouan, Tunisia
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Funerary stele (gravestone)

Hegira Dhu'l-Hijja 423 / AD November 1032, Zirid

Museum of Islamic Art

Raqqada, Kairouan, Tunisia
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Funerary stele (gravestone)

Hegira Dhu'l-Hijja 423 / AD November 1032, Zirid

Museum of Islamic Art

Raqqada, Kairouan, Tunisia
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Funerary stele of Mukhlef ibn ‘Uthman

Hegira 406–547 / AD 1015–1152, Hammadid

National Museum of Antiquities and Islamic Arts

Algiers, Algeria
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Funerary stele of Mukhlef ibn ‘Uthman

Hegira 406–547 / AD 1015–1152, Hammadid

National Museum of Antiquities and Islamic Arts

Algiers, Algeria
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Funerary stele

Hegira 5th century / AD 11th century, Zirid

National Museum of Antiquities and Islamic Arts

Algiers, Algeria
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Funerary stele

Hegira 5th century / AD 11th century, Zirid

National Museum of Antiquities and Islamic Arts

Algiers, Algeria
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Funerary stele fragment

Hegira late 4th–5th century / AD 11th century, Fatimid

National Museums of Scotland (NMS)

Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Funerary stele fragment

Hegira late 4th–5th century / AD 11th century, Fatimid

National Museums of Scotland (NMS)

Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Gravestone

Hegira 435 / AD 1044, Taifa Kingdoms

Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum

Berlin, Germany
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Gravestone

Hegira 435 / AD 1044, Taifa Kingdoms

Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum

Berlin, Germany
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Memorial stone

Hegira 447 / AD 1055, Taifa kingdom of Toledo, dynasty of Banu Dhi'l-Nun (Dhu'l-Nunids)

National Archaeological Museum

Madrid, Spain
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Memorial stone

Hegira 447 / AD 1055, Taifa kingdom of Toledo, dynasty of Banu Dhi'l-Nun (Dhu'l-Nunids)

National Archaeological Museum

Madrid, Spain
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Rectangular slab with Arabic funerary inscription in kufic characters

Hegira 474 / AD 1081–2

Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum

Trapani, Italy
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Rectangular slab with Arabic funerary inscription in kufic characters

Hegira 474 / AD 1081–2

Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum

Trapani, Italy
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Rectangular marble slab with Arabic funerary inscription in kufic characters

Hegira 474 / AD 1081

Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum

Trapani, Italy
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Rectangular marble slab with Arabic funerary inscription in kufic characters

Hegira 474 / AD 1081

Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum

Trapani, Italy
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