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Another find of note, a funerary stele, describes a high-ranking woman by the name of Lady Maliwarase and details her connections with royalty.
Items from Egypt include an Old Kingdom limestone tomb relief; a Ptolemaic-period stele with the leonine gods Bes and Tutu; a wood, gesso and paint cat coffin; and a 2,000-or-so-year-old bronze cat statuette that has Old Hollywood history too.
For the next 50 years, the rubber tappers working in the forest chipped the narrative glyphs from the city’s monolithic steles, selling the city’s recorded history one piece at a time.
Marsh oversees a 65,000-square-foot warehouse that is part design studio - his team was busy finishing 10 biblical steles for the ark's lake and the bus arrival area - and part Ikea warehouse stuffed to the rafters with building materials.
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