Canopic Jar with Man's Head

Travertine | 16.6cm | 664-525 BC

Unknown Artist

In the process of mummification, the liver, lungs, stomach, and intestines were removed, separately embalmed, and stored in specialized jars known as canopic jars (after a sailor in Greek mythology, who died at the town of Canopus in the Nile Delta a...
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