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Cartonnage covering for the chest area dating to the Ptolemaic Period. At the top is a ba-bird with (cont.)
A canopic jar lid, in the form of the jackal-headed god Duamutef. No. 174 is written on the base.
A faience amulet of Duamutef, one of the Sons of Horus. It has been damaged and repaired. The mummy (cont.)
Flat, black stone amulet of Duamutef, one of the Sons of Horus, with a jackal head.
Top half of flat faience Duamutef amulet, one of the Sons of Horus with a jackal head. The hole was (cont.)
A piece of cartonnage with the mummiform dead, Nephthys and Isis on either side. The canopic jars wi (cont.)
A section of cartonnage showing a jackal-headed god, likely Anubis, in front of an offering table wi (cont.)
A faience amulet of Duamutef which would have been sewn onto the bandages of the deceased. Duamutef (cont.)
Lid of canopic jar, with a chip to one ear, depicting the jackal-headed deity Duamutef. Duamutef was (cont.)
A section of a shroud with a painted scene depicting the mummy of dead woman, Tashay, lying on a lio (cont.)
A section of a shroud showing Tashay revived by Isis, shown both in human form and as a falcon. The (cont.)
Flat wooden mummiform figure of Duamutef. This is probably part of a coffin.
This section of linen is decorated with a hieratic text of Chapters 148 and 149 from the 'Book of th (cont.)
A cartonnage body covering with painted scenes. The four scenes in descending order depict the winge (cont.)
This wooden funerary stela is covered with plaster over which is painted an offering formula. It for (cont.)
A coffin fragment made of painted wood with dovetail joints. It probably dates to the Late Period. A (cont.)
Beadwork Son of Horus, Duamutef. Probably from the Hood collection sold in 1924, lot 136. Most of Ho (cont.)
One beadwork depicting Duamutef, one of the sons of Horus. It is probably from the Hood Collection s (cont.)