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Images Dated 21st February 2007

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Stopper from one of the canopic urns from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 18th Dynasty Featured 21 Feb 2007 Print

Stopper from one of the canopic urns from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 18th Dynasty

Stopper from one of the canopic urns from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 18th Dynasty. The head of the king is wearing the nemes, royal headdress. The urn contained the king's organs removed during mummification. The tomb of the 18th Dynasty Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun (reigned 1333-1323 BC) was discovered in 1922 by the British archaeologist Howard Carter. Uniquely amongst Egyptian royal tombs, its contents were intact. From the collection of the Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt

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The back of a gold winged ba amulet, Ptolemaic period, Egypt, 4th-1st century BC Featured 21 Feb 2007 Print

The back of a gold winged ba amulet, Ptolemaic period, Egypt, 4th-1st century BC

The back of a gold winged ba amulet, Ptolemaic period, Egypt, 4th-1st century BC. According to Ancient Egyptian belief, ba was one of the five parts of the soul. It was usually depicted as a bird with a human head. From the collection of the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

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Ancient Egyptian canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a royal womans head, c1344-1336 BC Featured 21 Feb 2007 Print

Ancient Egyptian canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a royal womans head, c1344-1336 BC

Ancient Egyptian canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a royal woman's head, c1352-1336 BC. It is thought that the woman portrayed on the lid of this jar is Kiya, the secondary queen of the pharaoh Akhenaten. Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians to store a deceased person's internal organs after they were removed from the body prior to its mummification. From the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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