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Egyptian papyrus depicting husband and wife at blind harpist performance : Stock Illustration
Two deceased people listening to a blind harpist, papyrus, reconstruction of a fresco from the Theban tomb of Anhour Kau, original from the Dynasty XVIII. Egyptian civilisation.

Egyptian papyrus depicting husband and wife at blind harpist performance

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De Agostini Picture Library
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Two deceased people listening to a blind harpist, papyrus, reconstruction of a fresco from the Theban tomb of Anhour Kau, original from the Dynasty XVIII. Egyptian civilisation.
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