Canopic Jar, Acient Egyptian Statue, Death Jar, Qubehsenuef, Embalming, Black


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Product Description

X1. This mini replica of an Ancient Canopic Jar was made is Egypt and hand finished. Embellished with hieroglyphs and formed in the shape of Qubehsenuef, who protected the intestines. Made of ceramic and measures approx. 3 inches tall. (You will receive 1 jar)

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In ancient Egypt, while embalming and preparing a body for the afterlife, the human organs were put in, what is called, canopic jars. There were 4 different jars, each for different human organs: the stomach, intestines, lungs, and liver. There was no jar for the heart: it was believed it to be the seat of the soul, and was left inside the body.


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