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Set of canopic jars of “Ahmose, son of Psamtik, Scribe of the Treasury,” with stoppers depicting the four sons of Horus (guardians of the embalmed organs) and magical spells invoking their protection

Set of canopic jars of “Ahmose, son of Psamtik, Scribe of the Treasury,” with stoppers depicting the four sons of Horus (guardians of the embalmed organs) and magical spells invoking their protection

Set of canopic jars of “Ahmose, son of Psamtik, Scribe of the Treasury,” with stoppers depicting the four sons of Horus (guardians of the embalmed organs) and magical spells invoking their protection

Alabaster

H: 38 (a); 29 (b); 33 (c); 29-39 (d) cm

Bequest of Joseph Ternbach, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum

Accession number:

87.160.0341, 87.160.0344, 87.160.0343, 87.160.0342

Archaeology/Egyptian Archaeology
Digital presentation of this object was made possible by:
The Ridgefield Foundation, New York, in memory of Henry J. and Erna D. Leir