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Originally spotted in the late 19th century but only recently rediscovered, the panel is believed to date between 3200 and 3100 B.C.E. and most likely depicts the Egyptian king’s royal tour and procession along the Nile River (the so-called “Following of Horus”) that occurred every two years.
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no one name moses every appered in nubia or kemet if a moses was royalty where is he on the walls of kemet,its all a made up story,just like the movies they make in Hollywood,a dream or a vision of a weak person being shown as stong.