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A section of a magical ivory wand, carved on one face with incised figures of animals, including a b (cont.)
Black painted wooden figure of the Anubis-jackal, which is made from several pieces of wood glued to (cont.)
Wooden couchant Anubis without head or tail. This may have been placed on top of a coffin or shrine.
A canopic jar lid, in the form of the jackal-headed god Duamutef. No. 174 is written on the base.
A model situla decorated in relief with various gods including Min. Situlae were ceremonial vessels (cont.)
The wooden lid of an anthropoid coffin made for a woman. The deceased is shown wearing a heavy wig a (cont.)
A wooden statue of a crouching jackal, probably representing the god Anubis. Such artefacts were oft (cont.)
A cartonnage fragment showing two jackal figures facing each other. Each is sitting upon a shrine. T (cont.)
A cartonnage covering with the three dimensional head of a man. He is wearing a wreath on his head ( (cont.)
A cartonnage covering with the three dimensional head of a woman. She is wearing wreath on her head (cont.)
Fragment of linen from a shroud belonging to a male. Early to mid 2nd century AD from Thebes. Bottom (cont.)