Rare Antique Ancient Egyptian funeral vessel for food grave mummy1830-1720BC

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Seller: nerwa-30 (20) 100%, Location: new cairo, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 332785703777 You Are Bidding on Rare Antique Ancient Egyptian Funeral Vessel. since such pots or vessels were made by Ancient Egyptian from Hammer stone in order to put inside it honey or soup to keep soup hot. since such vessels they used it during life for food honey and soup. also they thought that after death there is another life same like our earths life since they thought that after life dead person will eat drink same like life. so they took such vessels with them to grave after death after they make full with honey or soup. since family of dead person thought that dead person will eat or drink after death. so they put full with honey and soup at grave in order that the dead person eat from them. such vessels were part of funeral vessels which they put at grave after death in order that dead can eat or dring feom ut Height: 17 cm width: 21 cm Funerary objects Objects played a major part in ancient Egyptian funerary customs. They served to enable the deceased to continue his existence in the beyond, some were tools with which the corpse was made ready for burial and the afterlife, others were grave goods which the deceased could use The earliest of these were containers holding food and throughout Egyptian history nourishment, without which there was no hope for eternal life, remained essential, and it was generally the duty of the eldest son to supply it to his parents. Nor could the deceased do without the help of magic which was furnished him in the form of objects and texts, and to make afterlife acceptable to the wealthy they were given statues, clothing, furniture, servants, weapons and tools. Many objects found in tombs were ordinary things: tools, pots, chests, baskets, amulets,vessels etc which the Egyptians used every day. Others, like censers, were employed in religious ceremonies in general and some were specially made for the occasion: coffins, masks, ushabtis, models or scrolls with spells designed to help a person to survive in the afterworld. Amulets Amulets were part of the life of all ancient Egyptians. They were the kind of magic everybody could afford and were hoped to protect life and limb. Nor would the deceased do without them, as the journey through the beyond was exceedingly dangerous. Most important among the amulets was the heart amulet, which was placed above the heart left inside the deceased person's chest after all the other organs had been removed. Its task was to prevent the heart from bearing witness against the deceased and help him pass the judgment of the dead with success. When wrapping a mummy, amulets were placed in its swathing, so they would always remain in place and protect it. Especially popular was the djed-pillar amulet, which end stability. The spell spoken over the amulet was Raise yourself up, Osiris! You have your backbone once more, O weary-hearted one (i.e. deceased one); you have your vertebrae. The tit-amulet, a symbol for the knotted belt of Isis, a goddess great of magic, protected limbs and the wadjgranted eternal rejuvenation. The weres-amulet, a symbolic headrest, kept the head raised The tomb itself could do with some protection too. During the 18th dynasty an amulet was imbedded in a nook in each of its four walls, and later, in the Ramesside period, statuettes of deities were also hidden in such niches. The nemset vessel Nemset vessels were vases which often had a spout for easy pouring and which were used for libation or lustration. They are frequently depicted in scenes of the Openening of the Mouth ritual or of offerings to the gods. Dispense water for Osiris Khentamenti, my King, the lord of Abydos, while the goddesses are bearing a libation vessel, a situla and a nemset-jar. Paymet - We accept paypal shipment - takes from 14 days or 21 days after shipment may be less - we will ship after 5 days from payment -We ship world wide condition -As you can see in picture returns - we refund you money after you return the peice Condition: as shown at picture, Material: Hammer stone, Provenance: luxor

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