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Koptos, finds from the Old Kingdom (about 2686-2181 BC)

The temple of the Old Kingdom was already destroyed when Petrie excavated at Koptos.
Only single finds are dateable to the Old Kingdom

some smaller finds, click here

Koptos in the First Intermediate Period

Head of a king, mid Fifth Dynasty, UC 14282 (height: 8 cm)
New York 1999: 316 (no. 101)

three other views of the head: 1 | 2 | 3 parts of a chair, maybe belonging to the same statuette as this head: UC 14283

Relief fragment with name of king Pepy II, UC 14281 (height: 58 cm)

New York 1999: 444 (no. 176)

UC 14281



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