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Stock Photo #1788-19247, Treasure of Tutankhamen, chest with canopic jars of Tutankhamen, from Thebes, detail
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, chest with canopic jars of Tutankhamen, from Thebes, detail
Stock Photo #1566-063870, Canopic chest. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
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Canopic chest. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
Stock Photo #1788-20394, Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tomb of Psusennes I, crypt
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Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tom...
Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tomb of Psusennes I, crypt
Stock Photo #1788-20353, Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes, with Nekhbet (vulture) and Uadjet (cobra) on the forehead, deities of Upper and Lower Egypt from New Kingdom
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes, with Nekhbet (vulture) and Uadjet (c...
Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes, with Nekhbet (vulture) and Uadjet (cobra) on the forehead, deities of Upper and Lower Egypt from New Kingdom
Stock Photo #1566-1363319, Egyptian Canopic jars used to hold the organs taken out of the mummies, Archeological museum, Zagreb, Croatia.
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Egyptian Canopic jars used to hold the organs taken out of the mummies, Archeological museum, Zagreb, Croatia.
Stock Photo #1566-651016, Egyptian Museum: Canopis. El Cairo, Egypt.
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Egyptian Museum: Canopis. El Cairo, Egypt.
Stock Photo #1895-7138, Ancient Egyptian Canopic burial jar, 800-200 BC.
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Ancient Egyptian Canopic burial jar, 800-200 BC.
Stock Photo #1788-19338, Replica of mummy chamber with four canopic jars containing viscera of deceased; liver, stomach, lungs and intestines with lids representing heads of Amset, Hapi, Qebehsenuef and Duamutef
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Replica of mummy chamber with four canopic jars containing viscera of deceased; liver, stomach, lungs and intestines with lid...
Replica of mummy chamber with four canopic jars containing viscera of deceased; liver, stomach, lungs and intestines with lids representing heads of Amset, Hapi, Qebehsenuef and Duamutef
Stock Photo #1566-396178, Alabaster canopic jars, Cairo museum, Cairo, Egypt
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Alabaster canopic jars, Cairo museum, Cairo, Egypt
Stock Photo #1788-17175, Canopic jars, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI, Egyptian civilization
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Canopic jars, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI, Egyptian civilization
Stock Photo #4409-65647, Canopic jars for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
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Canopic jars for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Mi...
Canopic jars for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
Stock Photo #1566-0188561, Alabaster canopic jars from Tutankhamun´s Tomb. Egyptian Museum. Cairo. Egypt
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Alabaster canopic jars from Tutankhamun´s Tomb. Egyptian Museum. Cairo. Egypt
Stock Photo #1788-19255, Treasure of Tanis, painted alabaster canopic jar of Psusennes I, falcon-headed Qebehsenuef conserving intestines
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Treasure of Tanis, painted alabaster canopic jar of Psusennes I, falcon-headed Qebehsenuef conserving intestines
Stock Photo #4268R-14516, Digital illustration of canopic jar capped with jackal head of ancient Egyptian God Anubis
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Digital illustration of canopic jar capped with jackal head of ancient Egyptian God Anubis
Stock Photo #1788-20362, Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest from New Kingdom
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest from New Kingdom
Stock Photo #4409-65639, Canopic jar to contain the entrails of a deceased. Tomb of Iunefer, number 57. Hawara Cemetery. Egypt. Limestone. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Reign of Amenemhat III. C. 1831-1786 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
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Canopic jar to contain the entrails of a deceased. Tomb of Iunefer, number 57. Hawara Cemetery. Egypt. Limestone. 12th Dynast...
Canopic jar to contain the entrails of a deceased. Tomb of Iunefer, number 57. Hawara Cemetery. Egypt. Limestone. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Reign of Amenemhat III. C. 1831-1786 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
Stock Photo #1788-19320, Canopic jar depicting jackal-headed Duamutef, protector of stomach
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Canopic jar depicting jackal-headed Duamutef, protector of stomach
Stock Photo #4409-139009, ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASO CANOPO, donde se depositaba las vísceras del dibunto, embalsamadas. "Daumutef", el que contenía el estómago del difunto, con tapa en forma de chacal, y protegido por el dios Neit. XXIV Dinastía. Siglo X-VIII a. C. Neues Museum (Nuevo Museo). Berlín. Alemania. Europa.
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ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASO CANOPO, donde se depositaba las vísceras del dibunto, embalsamadas. "Daumutef", el que contenía el...
ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASO CANOPO, donde se depositaba las vísceras del dibunto, embalsamadas. "Daumutef", el que contenía el estómago del difunto, con tapa en forma de chacal, y protegido por el dios Neit. XXIV Dinastía. Siglo X-VIII a. C. Neues Museum (Nuevo Museo). Berlín. Alemania. Europa.
Stock Photo #1899-4377, Canopic Jars: These were used to contain viscera of dead person, usually for burial with their mummified body. 26th Dynasty 664-525 BC.
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Canopic Jars: These were used to contain viscera of dead person, usually for burial with their mummified body. 26th Dynasty 6...
Canopic Jars: These were used to contain viscera of dead person, usually for burial with their mummified body. 26th Dynasty 664-525 BC.
Stock Photo #1895-7472, Ancient Egyptian Canopic burial jars, 2000 BC-100 AD.
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Ancient Egyptian Canopic burial jars, 2000 BC-100 AD.
Stock Photo #4268R-6749, Cross section illustration of Egyptian mummy, and canopic jar
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Cross section illustration of Egyptian mummy, and canopic jar
Stock Photo #1788-22420, Egypt, Pharaoh Ahmose (circa 1550-1525 B.C..), eighteenth dynasty, canopic jar
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Egypt, Pharaoh Ahmose (circa 1550-1525 B.C..), eighteenth dynasty, canopic jar
Stock Photo #1792-92414, Egypt, Cairo, Cairo Museum, box in alabaster with four canopic jars to keep the viscera of a dead
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Egypt, Cairo, Cairo Museum, box in alabaster with four canopic jars to keep the viscera of a dead
Stock Photo #1788-19317, Canopic jar depicting human-headed Amset, protector of liver
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Canopic jar depicting human-headed Amset, protector of liver
Stock Photo #1788-19319, Canopic jar depicting falcon-headed Qebehsenuef, protector of intestines
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Canopic jar depicting falcon-headed Qebehsenuef, protector of intestines
Stock Photo #1899-42005, Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 18th Dynasty, c.1340 BC. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
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Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 1...
Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 18th Dynasty, c.1340 BC. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
Stock Photo #1788-17760, Alabaster canopic jar of Ahmose, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII
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Alabaster canopic jar of Ahmose, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII
Stock Photo #1566-063832, Canopic jars. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
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Canopic jars. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
Stock Photo #1788-19318, Canopic jar depicting baboon-headed Hapi, protector of lungs
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Canopic jar depicting baboon-headed Hapi, protector of lungs
Stock Photo #1788-19254, Treasure of Tanis, four canopic jars of Psusennes I made of painted alabaster
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Treasure of Tanis, four canopic jars of Psusennes I made of painted alabaster
Stock Photo #1788-20355, Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest from New Kingdom
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest from New Kingdom
Stock Photo #1788-20393, Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tomb of Psusennes I, crypt
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Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tom...
Alabaster and gold leaf canopic jar with human head, symbol of genius Imset, protector of liver, son of Horus from Tanis, tomb of Psusennes I, crypt
Stock Photo #1788-17061, Treasure of Tutankhamen. Gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest. Detail with goddess Selket, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian civilization
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Treasure of Tutankhamen. Gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest. Detail with goddess Selket, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVI...
Treasure of Tutankhamen. Gilded shrine of canopic jars or canopic chest. Detail with goddess Selket, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian civilization
Stock Photo #4409-56432, ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASOS CANOPES donde se guardaban las vísceras del difunto. Eran cuatro: AMSET, con cabeza humana, contenía los pulmones. HAPY, con cabeza de papión, contenía los pulmones. KEBEHSENUF, con cabeza de halcón, contenía los intestinos. DUAMUTEF, con cabeza de chacal, contenía es estómago. Museo Arqueológico de Odesa. Ucrania. Europa oriental.
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ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASOS CANOPES donde se guardaban las vísceras del difunto. Eran cuatro: AMSET, con cabeza humana, conte...
ARTE EGIPCIO. EGIPTO. VASOS CANOPES donde se guardaban las vísceras del difunto. Eran cuatro: AMSET, con cabeza humana, contenía los pulmones. HAPY, con cabeza de papión, contenía los pulmones. KEBEHSENUF, con cabeza de halcón, contenía los intestinos. DUAMUTEF, con cabeza de chacal, contenía es estómago. Museo Arqueológico de Odesa. Ucrania. Europa oriental.
Stock Photo #4409-61058, Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. On the left, painted jar of a child of the Royal Nursery of Ahmose. 1500 BC. From Upper Egypt. In the center, painted jar without inscription. 1450 BC. On the right, jar with hieroglyphic text. 1500 BC. Unknown origin. British Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. On the left, painted jar of...
Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. On the left, painted jar of a child of the Royal Nursery of Ahmose. 1500 BC. From Upper Egypt. In the center, painted jar without inscription. 1450 BC. On the right, jar with hieroglyphic text. 1500 BC. Unknown origin. British Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #1566-712496, Egyptian Art collection, National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
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Egyptian Art collection, National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
Stock Photo #1899-42006, Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 18th Dynasty, c.1340 BC. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
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Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 1...
Egyptian Antiquities: Lid of an Alabaster Canopic Jar representing Tutankhamun. Part of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Alabaster, 18th Dynasty, c.1340 BC. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
Stock Photo #1566-063869, Canopic chest. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
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Canopic chest. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
Stock Photo #1566-712489, Egyptian Art collection, National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
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Egyptian Art collection, National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
Stock Photo #1566-063889, Canopic jars from the tomb of Psusennes at Tanis. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
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Canopic jars from the tomb of Psusennes at Tanis. Egyptian Museum. Egypt
Stock Photo #1890-81349, Stopper in the form of the king´s head from one of the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Stopper in the form of the king´s head from one of the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovere...
Stopper in the form of the king´s head from one of the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #1788-19324, Plastered and painted wood casket, for canopic jars of deceased Takham
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Plastered and painted wood casket, for canopic jars of deceased Takham
Stock Photo #1788-19238, Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded chapel of canopic jars or canopic casket, detail with goddess Selket
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded chapel of canopic jars or canopic casket, detail with goddess Selket
Stock Photo #4409-61057, Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. British Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. British Museum. London. Uni...
Polychormed canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. British Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #1890-81350, Stoppers in the form of the king´s head from the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Stoppers in the form of the king´s head from the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in t...
Stoppers in the form of the king´s head from the four canopic urns, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #1566-447334, Alabaster canopic jars from Tutankhamun´s Tomb at Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt
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Alabaster canopic jars from Tutankhamun´s Tomb at Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt
Stock Photo #1788-17761, Alabaster canopic jar of Ahmose, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII
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Alabaster canopic jar of Ahmose, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII
Stock Photo #1788-19237, Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded chapel of canopic jars or canopic casket, detail with goddess Selket
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Treasure of Tutankhamen, gilded chapel of canopic jars or canopic casket, detail with goddess Selket
Stock Photo #1788-19325, Plastered and painted wood casket with decorations of protecting deities, for canopic jars of deceased Takham
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Plastered and painted wood casket with decorations of protecting deities, for canopic jars of deceased Takham
Stock Photo #4409-65648, Canopic jar for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
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Canopic jar for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Mid...
Canopic jar for the deceased's liver, lungs, stomach and intestines. Tomb 116. Cemetery A. Riqqeh, Egypt. C.1950-1800 BC. Middle Kingdom. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
Stock Photo #4409-65538, Egyptian Art. Canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. It represents god Duamutef (jackal head) and god Imset (human head). 31st Dynasty. Initial Late Period. Second Egyptian Satrapy. Memphis. Egypt.
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Egyptian Art. Canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. It represents god Duamute...
Egyptian Art. Canopic jars. Used by the egyptians during the mummification to preserve the viscera. It represents god Duamutef (jackal head) and god Imset (human head). 31st Dynasty. Initial Late Period. Second Egyptian Satrapy. Memphis. Egypt.
Stock Photo #1566-650792, Egyptian Museum: Canopis jars (Middle Kingdom.Dyn. XII). Cairo. Egypt.
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Egyptian Museum: Canopis jars (Middle Kingdom.Dyn. XII). Cairo. Egypt.

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