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William the Hippo, the informal mascot of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. William is a 20cm long figurine from Egypt, dating to the period of the Middle Kingdom. He is made of faience, a glass-like material made of ground quartz, and is decorated with images of lotus flowers (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, inv. 17.9.1)


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