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grandegyptianmuseum: The Meidum Geese, frieze from Mastaba of Nefermaat and Itet, dating back to reign of Sneferu. Old Kingdom, 4th Dynasty, ca. 2600 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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