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English: Moabite sarcophagus in Jordan Archaeological Museum in Amman, Jordan
Français : Sarcophage moabite anthropomorphe en terre cuite au Musée d'archéologie de Jordanie à Amman
Date 10 April 2010
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Author Bernard Gagnon

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31° 57′ 14.86″ N, 35° 56′ 2.94″ E

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