A sculpture of an unknown Egyptian pharaoh's head, found at the ancient city of Hazor in Israel, dates back around 4,300 years, to a time when Egyptians were building pyramids. The sculpture was smashed apart around 3,300 years ago, possibly after an Israeli force led by King Joshua destroyed the city, researchers have found.
This is particularly interesting given other AE objects have also been found at Hazor including a partial Sphinx with the name of Menkaure on it.
Sphinx Fragment of Pharaoh Menkaure Found in Israel
Hazor was a major city of Canaan.
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