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Fig. 19

Depiction of two shrines with a recumbent jackal and lion in the early Nineteenth Dynasty tomb of Amenemope (TT41) in Thebes. Both animals can be interpreted as protectors and guardians of gateways in the Underworld. Image adapted from Assmann, Das Grab des Amenemope, 1991, pl. 66.

Depiction of two shrines with a recumbent jackal and lion in the early Nineteenth Dynasty tomb of Amenemope (TT41) in Thebes. Both animals can be interpreted as protectors and guardians of gateways in the Underworld. Image adapted from Assmann, Das Grab des Amenemope, 1991, pl. 66.

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