Category: Ancient Egyptian artifacts Pesesh-kef wands 50% Off
Brown limestone Pesesh-Kef Wand, believed to be an instrument used to support the lower jaw of the corpse during ancient Egypt’s early embalming stage. At the top, an Eye of Horus, an ankh, the Egyptian symbol of life on one side, hieroglyphics on the other. 26th Dynasty
663 - 525 BC
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Ancient Egyptian Light green glazed faience Ushabti with ten rows of hieroglyphics
Authentic ancient Egyptian light green glazed faience Ushabti with ten rows of hieroglyphics. In the shape of a mummy with hoe and pick, a tripartite wig that falls on top of the rectangular back pillar, chin beard, slightly smiling mouth, straight nose, broad forehead, eyebrows, seed pack on the back. Often called "Servants of the Afterlife", Ushabtis were placed in the tomb of the Mummy and were intended to be servants that would magically come to life and do any chore the Mummy might be called upon to perform in the afterlife. 26th Dynasty
Ancient Egyptian artifacts cartonnage fragment
Cartonnage fragment with Anubus, the patron God of embalming, holding a sarcophagus, and four people paying honor to it. The brown surface secured to the linen base. Seven lines of hieroglyphics. Displayed in a shadow box. New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty