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Next door, in Kagemni's mastaba tomb, a baby piglet is lapping milk from the mouth of a swineherd, while a servant holds a jar with more milk.
Explanation from Kathleen Jenks, who got it from the British Museum's Dictionary of Ancient Egypt (by I. Shaw & P. Nicholson).

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