better than a cartouche / by mrm

At the touring King Tut exhibition currently at the De Young, I fell in love with the Magical Brick of Thutmosis IV.  According to the display tag, "An image on a magical brick was placed in hall niches of burial chambers to ward off dangers from the north, south, east, or west.  This northern example warned:
'You who come to pull [my hair], I will not allow you to pull [my hair].' "
Sure, it had nothing on Egypt.  But the labeling was worlds and galaxies better than in the Cairo museum.