Canopic chest of Neby (dating from 18th Dynasty, found in Thebes, Egypt). The painted sides bear hieroglyphic text and representations...
Canopic Jar, Saqqara
A calcite canopic jar from Saqqara, Egypt. XXVI Dynasty. (Archaeological Museum, Pavia, Italy)
Two alabaster canopic jars of Ptakhotep. III Intermediate Period, XXI-XXIV Dynasty. (Egyptian Museum, Turin)
Canopic Jars Of Djedbastetiuefankh
Canopic Jars Of Djedbastetiuefankh. Dynasty, about 380-343 BCE. Hawara, Egypt Limestone. Once removed from the chest...
Canopic Jars of Neskhons
Calcite canopic jars of Neskhons (21st Dynasty) with painted wooden lids representing the Four Sons of Horus.
A mummified cat from Egypt, late Ptolemaic Period. (Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, San Jose, California).
Coffin Decorated with the Book of Two Ways
Rectangular wooden inner coffin of Sen, dating to c. 1850 BCE. The coffin sides are inscribed in ink with religious writings...
Coffin Lid of Paamennesutawy
The hieroglyphs running down this limestone coffin lid in 3 columns state that the coffin contains the remains of Paamennesutawy...
Coffin Lid of Tjentweretheqaw
Tjentweretheqaw was the grandmother of Iufenamun (he was a senior priest from ancient Egypt). The lid came to the Museum (wrongly...
Coffin of Khnumnakht
Coffin of Khnumnakht from the Middle Kingdom of Egypt, dating to c. 1802–1640 BCE. On display in the Metropolitan Museum...