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- Explore the different jackal gods — Anubis, Wepwawet and Duamutef — how they are represented in Tut's tomb, what roles they played in preparation for a king's death and afterlife, and how images of jackal gods from the tomb affect modern pop culture ...
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- Two Temple Place Winter Exhibition to explore Beauty and the Body in Ancient Egypt
- Surviving imagery on exquisite painted coffins, decorated funerary masks, delicate figurines and beautifully carved reliefs will be among the Ancient Egyptian treasures displayed when one of London's most opulent Gothic houses opens its doors for its ...
- Rochdale's Ancient Egyptian Artefacts on display at National Show
- They include the jackal-headed Duamutef, the human-headed Imsety, the falcon-headed Qebehsenuef and the baboon-headed Hapy all from excavations at the Ramesseum, Thebes. Tom Besford, Arts & Heritage Manager said: “We're really delighted to be ...
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