Canopic lid of Qebehsenuef



Accession Number
EC388
Current Location
House of Death (ground floor), Mummification case
Object Type
Tomb equipment, Canopic jar, Lid
Period
Late Period
Dynasty
Twenty-sixth Dynasty
Material
Stone/minerals (Travertine (Egyptian alabaster))
Provenance
Egypt
Measurements
Height: 93mm | Width: 124.8mm | Width: 153mm
Number of Elements
1
Animal
Falcon/hawk
Divine Name
Qebehsenuef

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Description

A canopic jar lid, depicting the head of falcon god Qebehsenuef with facial features highlighted in black paint. It dates to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty.

Bibliography

Anonymous. 1996. The face of Egypt: Swansea Festival exhibition: 5 October 1996–5 January 1997. Swansea: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. [Cat. 143]

Last modified: 24 Oct 2021

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