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CORN MUMMY IN WOODEN COFFIN Linen wrappings, wax, painted wood Late Period, 664-305 BC British Museum

ancientpeoples: “ Painted wooden coffin containing the mummy of a hawk: the mummy is wrapped in linen bandages and possesses a finely detailed mask of wax, representing the face of Osiris. The mummy.

Corn Mummy

Ancient Egyptian Culture, Mummies, Statues, Burial Practices and Artefacts 4

Wooden Ptah Sokar Osiris in mummy form, wearing a crown and a chin beard, with painted designs and a seated jackal on the front. Ptolemaic, 305-30 BC

STATUES/Egyptian -Wooden Ptah Sokar Osiris in mummy form, wearing a crown and a chin beard, with painted designs and a seated jackal on the front, on a modern wooden base. As early as the Old Kingdom, the god Ptah of Memphis formed close links with t

Amuletic Figure of Imsety, Son of Horus Egyptian (Artist) PERIOD ca. 750-650 BC (Third Intermediate) MEDIUM Egyptian faience with blue and black glaze

Amuletic Figure of Imsety, Son of Horus Egyptian (Artist) PERIOD ca. BC (Third Intermediate) MEDIUM Egyptian faience with blue and black glaze

Holy Cow Photograph by Kenneth Garrett  Covered in wood, linen, and plaster, a cow mummy from the first or second century B.C. represents the mother of the god Serapis. Many gods in the ancient Egyptian pantheon appeared as animals. In their honor creatures such as bulls, baboons, dogs, cats, crocodiles, ibises, and falcons were mummified by the thousands and laid reverently to rest as votive offerings.

Holy Cow Photograph by Kenneth Garrett Covered in wood, linen, and plaster, a cow mummy from the first or second century B.C. represents the mother of the god Serapis. Many gods in the ancient Egyptian pantheon appeared as animals. In their honor creatures such as bulls, baboons, dogs, cats, crocodiles, ibises, and falcons were mummified by the thousands and laid reverently to rest as votive offerings.

Head from the mummy of an adult, complete with all but one front tooth present, traces of linen mummy-wrappings adhere to cheek-bones and top of head.  Painted lime plaster mummy-mask of bearded man.

Roman Period Mummy Mask & Skull from Hu (Diospolis Parva), Egypt, Circa AD In ancient Egypt, funerary images were not restricted to ‘mummy portraits’ painted on wooden panels.

King Tutankhamen golden treasures case for a mirror.

King Tutankhamen golden treasures case for a mirror. Our Property STOLEN by the Egyptian Government since 1922

Ptah - Sokar - Osiris Funerary Figure with Coffin. 22nd-26th Dynasty, 931-333B.C.

~Osiris figure with Coffin. Place: Egypt Period: Dynasty B.C) Medium: Wood, linen, wax, barley seed

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