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head of queen Nefertari, the principal wife of Ramesses II. She wears two conbras instead of one to indicate her status amongst the other wives of the King. She also wears the sun disk and cow's horns of the goddess Hathor.
Temple of Hathor Serabit el Kadim Egypt (Sinai)
circa 1279 B.C. 1213 B.C.