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round topped, deceased is led before Osiris by Anubis, inscribed. Inscribed in Greek, which was the official language of Egypt in the Ptolemaic and Roman Periods. Anubis presents the deceased to Osiris (seated) and Isis. There is a traditional offering table in front of the gods. The text reads: ' May the memory of Isidoros, son of Sarapion, who died before his time, be for the whole of time'.
A.D. 100 A.D. 200