Unique Box of Canopic Jars Inside Egyptian Handmade From Limestone With Artistic Green Color Touch – Jaw-Dropping Details!


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A real lime stone is finely carved into Canopic Jars Inside A Box with marvelous details as you can see on the top of the cover The Wadjet (Eye of Horus) With ISIS kneeling and spreading her protective wings. On the the side Maat the goddess of justice & harmony with ISIS. On the other side the Wadjet symbol of protection and royal power. While the other side there’s the famous sculpture of Anubis mummifying King Tutankhamun. While Amun’s sun disk is on the back of the box’s cover.

Now you should carefully re-watch the item again to enjoy this complex details. ENJOY!

Canopic jar, in ancient Egyptian funerary ritual, covered vessel of wood, stone, pottery, or faience in which was buried the embalmed viscera removed from a body during the process of mummification. The earliest canopic jars, which came into use during the Old Kingdom (c. 2575–c. 2130 BCE), had plain lids, but during the Middle Kingdom (c. 1938–c. 1630 BCE) the jars were decorated with sculpted human heads; from the 19th dynasty until the end of the New Kingdom (1539–1075 BCE), the heads represented the four sons of the god Horus (jackal-headed Duamutef, falcon-headed Qebehsenuf, human-headed Imset, and baboon-headed Hapy). From the 21st to the 25th dynasty (1075–664 BCE), the practice began of returning the embalmed viscera to the body, prompting the appearance of “dummy” canopic jars, vessels in the shape of images of the sons of Horus but with no interior cavity.X



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