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Egyptian Artifact that Looks like a Spaceship Control Panel



From Cliff Dunning:

More info. From Karim El Hakim. This is an offering table that looks like a space ship control panel from 2350 BC, 5th Dynasty (Old Kingdom) Egypt. It is a libation offering table with lists of the permissible offerings including beer, water, meat, bread, etc... The seven recesses along the top are for the 7 sacred embalming oils used in the mummification process. The central circle of three on the bottom contains a glyph for "incense".... This table was most likely used for a nobles tomb of high stature because of the quality of craftsmanship and style of writing... it is an offering table where visitors to the tomb would leave an offering in respect to the deceased... here's a link that will explain more... SOURCE

RELIGIOUS OR CULT OBJECT:  OFFERING TABLE
Archaeological Site: UNKNOWN
UPPER EGYPT:  GOVERNORATE OF GIZA (INCLUDING MEMPHIS):  GIZA NECROPOLIS ?
NON ORGANIC:  ROCK:  CALCITE/ALABASTER
STONE-TECHNIQUE:  HEWN POLISHED

Located at the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden museum in the Neatherlands.



2500 Year Old SEGWAY?



The resemblance is amazing and looks like she is wearing a miniskirt. The brooch is real, the museum listing is below


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