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three gods statuette for King Osorkon II depicts the family of the god Osiris Osiris is flanked by Horus left and Isis right
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, funeral material found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Ushabtis of prince Hornakht
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three gods statuette for King Osorkon II depicts the family of the god Osiris Osiris is flanked by Horus left and Isis right
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Amulet of the mummified hawk called Akhem, for the prince Hornakht
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Pendant in the name of King Osorkon II: The family of the god Osiris 874 B.C
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, funeral material found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Ushabtis of prince Hornakht
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Gold statuettes of Osiris, Horus, and Isis, from the jewellery of King Orsokon, from the Louvre's collection
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The Tomb of Osorkon II, 924-909 BC, Tanis, Egypt. Egyptian civilisation, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXII
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Statuette identified as either a priest of Hathor or of Mut, wife of the God Amun, found in the court of the temple of Amun at Karnak
Egypt, Nile Delta, Royal Necropolis of Tanis, the sarcophagus of the prince Hornakht, initially in the tomb of Osorkon, now outside the excavation house
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The tombs of Psusennes I and Osorkon II, Tanis. Egyptian Civilisation, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI-XXII
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Egypt, Nile Delta, Tanis, the East temple, built by Ramses II and reused by Osorkon II
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Donation Stela of Osorkon I dated to year 6, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22, ca. 924–889 B.C., From Egypt, Memphite Region; Possibly from Heliopolis...
Statuette identified as either a priest of Hathor or of Mut, wife of the God Amun, found in the court of the temple of Amun at Karnak
Queen Karoma and King Osorkon of Egypt standing before a god (Destroyed and therefore not shown). Part of a wall relief from the temple at Bubastis
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Egyptian civilization, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty XXII. Gold and lapislazuli figurines of Osiris, Horus and Isis:the triad of Osorkon, 970-730 b.C
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, found in the royal necropolis of Tanis, 1 of the 4 canopic vases of the prince Hornakht. The plug is a jackal head
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Bracelet with small scarabs, burial of prince Hornakht
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Egypt, Nile Delta, Tanis, the East temple, built by Ramses II and reused by Osorkon II : Palmiform columns, Old Kingdom period
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Statuette identified as either a priest of Hathor or of Mut, wife of the God Amun, found in the court of the temple of Amun at Karnak

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