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Two of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
Two of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
Limestone canopic jars, Ancient Egyptian, 22nd dynasty, c850-825 BC. From Tanis. Two of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of...
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, funeral material found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Ushabtis of prince Hornakht
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Amulet of the mummified hawk called Akhem, for the prince Hornakht
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, funeral material found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Ushabtis of prince Hornakht
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Gold amulet of Nekhbet as a vulture, found in the burial of prince Hornakht
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One of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
Egypt, Nile Delta, Royal Necropolis of Tanis, the sarcophagus of the prince Hornakht, initially in the tomb of Osorkon, now outside the excavation house
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Amulet of the goddess Maat, found in the burial of prince Hornakht
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Bracelet with small scarabs, burial of prince Hornakht
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One of a set of four canopic jars, used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht, each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, found in the royal necropolis of Tanis, 1 of the 4 canopic vases of the prince Hornakht. The plug is a jackal head
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, stele of Harnakht and his wife Wazetronpet, from Akhmim
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Ancient Egyptian False Door stele of Chamberlain Hornakht, son of Mera, slimestone, Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty (1939-1759 BC), Egyptian Museum, Turin
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One of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
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One of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
One of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht, each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
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One of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis : Udjat eye, burial of prince Hornakht
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