File:Ay receiving the Gold of Honor.jpg

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Description A limestone relief block depicts Ay receiving the gold of honor originally from his El-Amarna tomb during the reign of king Akhenaten. Ay would later take the throne and succeed Tutankhamun as the second last 18th dynasty New Kingdom pharaoh of Egypt. This photo was taken at the King Tut exhibition at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, Washington State, USA.
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