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Egyptian Canopic Jar Ca 400-200 BC. Containers like thes held the deceased's lungs, stomach, liver, and intestines. The jackal, Daumetef, is guardian of the stomach.

Canopic Jar - c. Canopic jars were used by ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife.

Blue faience Nemset jar (funerary vessel) from the tomb equipment of Thutmose IV. The jar is decorated with the titulatury of the king. The lid is in the shape of a lotus flower.   Egypt, New Kingdom. Reign of Thutmose IV, 18th Dynasty - ca. 1400-1390 B.C.  Source: Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Blue faience Nemset jar (funerary vessel), from the tomb equipment of Thutmose IV. The jar is decorated with the titulatury of the king. The lid is in the shape of a lotus flower. Egypt, New Kingdom. Reign of Thutmose IV, Dynasty - ca.

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Obelisco Ramses na noite - Templo de Luxor, Egipto / Obelisk Ramsses at Night - Temple at Luxor, EGYPT

Egypt - Blue-Painted Ibex Amphora from Malqata. Reign of Amenhotep III Date: ca. 1390–1353 B.C. At the MET

ancientpeoples: “Blue Painted Ibex Amphora from Malqata Dynasty, New Kingdom BC This remarkable vase was found during the Museum’s excavations of the palace of Amenhotep III at Malqata in western Thebes. The head of the ibex had.

Bowl  --  Circa 2500-24--  --  Egypt, Dynasty 4 or 5 --  Travertine  (Egyptian Alabaster)  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bowl -- Circa -- Egypt, Dynasty 4 or 5 -- Travertine (Egyptian Alabaster) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Amenhotep III ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Amenhotep III was the ninth Faroah of the dynasty. He ruled over an era which was the most artistic in Kmt history, and at the height of its international power. Amenhotep III ruled for 39 years and was known as the 'Magnificent'.

Detail, bead-net dress and broad collar whose remains were found during excavations of the tomb of a female interred at Giza during the reign of King Khufu, ca. 2500 BCE. Both pieces were reconstructed by Millicent Jick (1928-2010), a volunteer gallery instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  The cylinder and disk beads are Egyptian faience. The pendants on the broad collar are made of gold. Image courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Detail, bead-net dress and broad collar whose remains were found during excavations of the tomb of a female interred at Giza during the reign of King.

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Egyptian interior items used include canopic jars. This authentic ancient Egyptian artifact Anubus canopic jar 1570 - 1085 BC with hieroglyphics is handmade.

Offering bearers from the tomb of Djehuty who was Overseer of Treasury and of Works during the 18th Dynasty reign of Hatshepsut.

Egypt Offering bearers from the tomb of Djehuty who was Overseer of Treasury and of Works during the Dynasty reign of Hatshepsut.

Egyptian god Staff

Anubis is the Greek name of a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion.

Bronze cobra as Goddess Tefnut. This large solid bronze Cobra was most probably part of a pharaoh’s regalia—a royal jewel that was affixed to a royal ruling staff or scepter as a symbol of the king’s (and therefore the kingdom’s) invulnerability (see #443 in this collection). Dating is difficult. It may have been crafted at any time from the late New Kingdom (but not during the Amarna heresy) to Dynasty 21. We lean towards Dynasty 17. Egypt, 2nd Intermediate Period, Intef…

Bronze cobra as Goddess Tefnut. Egypt, Intermediate Period, Dynasty Intef VII/Sekhemreheruhermaat Dating: 1640 BC Origin: Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes

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