Rare ANCIENT EGYPTIAN Amarna CANOPIC JARS Box Winged Scarab With Hieroglyphics

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Seller: lux_market (161) 99.1%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 254401023826 Dear Collector we Offer you a gorgeous rare piece of Antiques from our collection Rare ANCIENT EGYPTIAN Amarna CANOPIC JARS Box Winged Scarab With Hieroglyphics ٍShort History About Item You are now in front of a very distinctive and rare piece which is a box made of stone from the top contains a tractor to open and close the box and inside there are four Canopic Gars where you can take them out and enter them again and see each of them contains a writing showing who is in hieroglyphics and also shows the box from the outside it The winged scarab to protect it also contains the distinctive hieroglyphic inscriptions and these four are the children of Horus The Pharaohs have made these boxes to keep their valuables such as jewelry and important letters and gold clothes have written inscriptions and amulets to protect them from thieves.So this item is so special that you have to get it or give it as a special and precious gift and you can resell it and make a fortune from it. ٍAbout Canopic Jars Canopic Jars: four sons of Horus were a group of four gods in Egyptian religion, who were essentially the personifications of the four canopic jars, which accompanied mummified bodies. Since the heart was thought to embody the soul, it was left inside the body The brain was thought only to be the origin of mucus, so it was reduced to liquid, removed with metal hooks, and discarded. This left the stomach (and small intestines), liver, large intestines, and lungs, which were removed, embalmed and stored, each organ in its own jar. There were times when embalmers deviated from this scheme: during the 21st Dynasty they embalmed and wrapped the viscera and returned them to the body, while the Canopic jars remained empty symbols. Canopic Jars: used by the ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife. They were commonly either carved from limestone or were made of pottery. These jars were used by the ancient Egyptians from the time of the Old Kingdom until the time of the Late Period or the Ptolemaic Period, by which time the viscera were simply wrapped and placed with the body. The viscera were not kept in a single canopic jar: each jar was reserved for specific organs. The name "canopic" reflects the mistaken association by early Egyptologists with the Greek legend of Canopus. Basic Information Height :12.2 cm / 4.80 inch Width :16 cm / 6.29 inch Length :6 cm / 2.36 inch Material :Stone Payment We Accept PayPal Only - To Safe Your Money Shipping We Provide the Best Fast Shipping Service from Egypt to the World using DHL each product has a tracking number.We Offer Combine Shipping Select all Items you need and get special Discount. ReturnsYour Satisfication Is Our Target So For Any question please contact us and we promised our Support will do any thing to make you satisfied.And in case you are not satisfied we accept return within 30 days in it's original condition and you will get full refund. Condition Perfect Condition as shown in pictures100 % Egypt Luxor Stone. About Us We are 4rd generation family business specializing in Ancient Egyptian Rare Antiques ,Civilization and Ancient Art Thank you for shopping our items and we have a unique Egyptian Antique Pieces in our store and your visit will make us happy and please feel free to contact us any time we are here 24/7 to give you best level of service. Condition: Special Item - Unique Egyptian Antique Piece, Provenance: Upper Egypt - Luxor, Material: Stone

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