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canopic jar in the form of a baboon, 664-332 B.C.E., limestone, H: 11 in., Ancient Art of the Mediterranean
Stopper from one of the canopic urns from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 18th Dynasty. The head of the king is wearing the nemes, royal headdress
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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
The Goddess Selkis or Selkhet, gilded chapel of canopic jars or canopic chests, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun. Egyptian civilisation, Dynasty XVIII
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Egypt, New Kingdom, II Intermediate Period, Dynasty XVIII. Canopic jar of Ahmose  Cairo, Egyptian Museum
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Painted canopic jars in alabaster, from the Treasury of Tutankhamen, 1333-1323 BC. Egyptian civilisation, Dynasty XVIII.  Cairo, Egyptian Museum
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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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Egyptian civilization, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI. Canopic jars  Turin, Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum)
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Canopic Jars, Ancient Egyptian, 26th dynasty, 664-525 BC. These were used to contain the viscera of a dead person, usually for burial with their mummified body
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Canopic Jar with Jackal's Head, 664-525 BC. Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 26. Travertine; diameter: 16.3 cm (6 7/16 in.); diameter of mouth: 9 cm (3 9/16 in
Canopic jar from the unfinished tomb KV 55
Padiuf?s False Canopic Jars, 22nd Dynasty, c1550BC-1069 BC. Artist: Unknown
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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
canopic jar (lid) depicting Queen Tuyi mother of Seti I. calcite, 1300-1250 BC, Valley of the Queens; Luxor; Egypt
Canopic jar, vessel used for burial of embalmed viscera, Ancient Egypt
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Painted canopic jars in alabaster, from the Treasury of Tutankhamen, 1333-1323 BC. Egyptian civilisation, Dynasty XVIII.  Cairo, Egyptian Museum
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Human head-shaped canopic jar. Egyptian civilisation, Middle Kingdom.  Cairo, Egyptian Museum
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Collection of Painted Canopic Jar Lids 1500 B.C. Egypt
Canopic Jars from the Tomb of Tutankhamun. The heads represent the four protective goddesses Isis, Nephthys, Selket and Neith
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Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Box with four alabaster canopic jars of Tutankhamen. From Thebes. Detail
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