Canopic jar of Tetinakht: Qebesenuef

Pottery, marl a4 | 11.8in | c. 1550-1525 B.C.

Unknown Artist

Three canopic jars (12.181.253a–c) were found in a tomb dating to the beginning of Dynasty 18. Two of the lids are shaped like animal heads. This one, with the falcon-headed lid, represents Qebehsenuef, protector of the intestines. The second, which ...
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