The sons of Horus the four .. And Canopian pots ..

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Seller: sabeg11 (68) 98.6%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183902452599 The representation of the children of Horus until the eighteenth century in the form of humans and keep the bowels of the dead. Preserve the dead viscera as we see in the Canopic bowls that were found in Tomb 62 of Tutankhamun, as well as in Tomb 55, and others. After the nineteenth family was the cover of each pot formed in the head of a child of Horus The children of Horus in the ancient Egyptian religion are the four children of "Horus the Great" (Horor): Imsti and Habi, and "Dalamotv" and "Qabh Sanof" and their offspring from Isis. [1] They have a sanctified center like the gods, so they have to preserve the members of the deceased and his body until the time of the resurrection. At the same time they represent the four heavenly directions: the East, the West, the North and the South. [1] They are depicted as Canopic vessels. They are also written on the four pillars of the ark to preserve the deceased since the Middle Kingdom era. [2] Condition: The sons of Horus the four .. And Canopian pots .. Phosphate philosophy in the embalming, Material: Glazed Hammer Stone, Provenance: Valley of the Kings west of Luxor

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