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East Wall from the Shrine of Taharqa the third of the line of Kushite kings of Egypt, whose power extended from their native Nubia to the whole of Egypt, which they ruled as the Pharaohs of the 25th Dynasty (712-657 BC). Within the Kawa temple stood the small self-contained shrine which is now in the Ashmolean Museum. Taharqa and the gods of Thebes. He offers 'a white loaf to his father' Amon-Re, accompanied by Mut.

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East Wall from the Shrine of Taharqa the third of the line of Kushite kings of Egypt, whose power extended from their native Nubia to the whole of Egypt, which they ruled as the Pharaohs of the 25th Dynasty (712-657 BC). Within the Kawa temple stood the small self-contained shrine which is now in the Ashmolean Museum. Taharqa and the gods of Thebes. He offers 'a white loaf to his father' Amon-Re, accompanied by Mut.