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Momie de chat, matière organique, lin, cartonnage, Basse Époque (664-332 av. J.-C.) ou époque ptolémaïque

Momie de chat, matière organique, lin, cartonnage, Basse Époque (664-332 av. J.-C.) ou époque ptolémaïque

Mummified fish

Mummified fish

Momie d’ibis (détail) Basse époque (664-332 av J.-C.) ou époque gréco-romaine (4e siècle av. 4e siècle ap. J.-C.) Lin, matière organique

Momie d’ibis (détail) Basse époque (664-332 av J.-C.) ou époque gréco-romaine (4e siècle av. 4e siècle ap. J.-C.) Lin, matière organique

Cat mummies of the world - Google Search

Cat mummies of the world - Google Search

Statuette déesse lionne accroupie - Basse Epoque (664-332 av. J.-C.) - Bois de tamaris (statue), figuier sycomore (dossier) - H.26,8 - Paris, mdL

Statuette déesse lionne accroupie - Basse Epoque (664-332 av. J.-C.) - Bois de tamaris (statue), figuier sycomore (dossier) - H.26,8 - Paris, mdL

‘All animal species mummified by the ancient Egyptians were deemed to have close associations with gods, mainly because of characteristics they were seen to share with the deities, or through their appearance at significant sites,’ she explained. Jackals (pictured) were associated with Anubis, the god of embalming

Ancient Egyptian animal mummies revealed, from cats to crocodiles

‘All animal species mummified by the ancient Egyptians were deemed to have close associations with gods, mainly because of characteristics they were seen to share with the deities, or through their appearance at significant sites,’ she explained. Jackals (pictured) were associated with Anubis, the god of embalming

Tête de lion, élément de mobilier (Basse Époque 664-332 avant J.-C.) exposition des pharaons et des hommes au Louvre Lens

Des animaux et des pharaons : l'Égypte, société protectrice des bêtes

Tête de lion, élément de mobilier (Basse Époque 664-332 avant J.-C.) exposition des pharaons et des hommes au Louvre Lens

ancientart:  Mumified male head. The face is partially covered with gold or electrum. Roman period, 2nd century CE (?) Courtesy & currently located at the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, France. Photo taken by Rama.

ancientart: Mumified male head. The face is partially covered with gold or electrum. Roman period, 2nd century CE (?) Courtesy & currently located at the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, France. Photo taken by Rama.

Momies de chat

Momies de chat

Momies à vendre en Egypte - 1870

Momies à vendre en Egypte - 1870

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