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Unformatted text preview: notes similarities to rites performed by contemporary African peoples. There are animals shown on the walls, such as hippopotamuses, which are no longer indigenous to the area. Ceremonial mask wearing is also depicted. Horse-driven chariot technology is also on display, which Lhote believes denotes the presence of the People of the Sea, a Mediterranean group that once invaded Egypt. One particularly interesting depiction is that of a towering god, where Lhote identifies an artists depiction of muscular form in bumps on each arm to show massive biceps. The figure is horned....
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- Summer '07