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Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities


Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities
Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities

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RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES 4 Blue Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Stone 1490 BC. The four sons of Horus were a group of four gods in ancient 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. The earliest reference to the sons of Horus the Elder is found in the Pyramid Texts[4] where they are described as friends of the king, as they assist the king in his ascension to heaven in the eastern sky by means of ladders.

[citation needed] Their association with Horus the Elder specifically goes back to the Old Kingdom when they were said not only to be his children but also his souls. As the king, or Pharaoh was seen as a manifestation of, or especially protected by, Horus, these parts of the deceased pharaoh, referred to as the Osiris, were seen as parts of Horus, or rather, his children. Height : 16 cm / 6.29 inch. Color: As Shown In Pictures - Blue.


Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities   Rare Antique Canopic Jars Sons Of HORUS Ancient Egyptian Antiquities