Egypian coffins - coffin of Nesmin son of Ankh-hapy

The mummy coffin property of Nesmin son of Ankh-hapy. The coffin is black with a gold mask, inscriptions, funerary deities carved chest and yellow. Under the pectoral, which ends in a falcon's head, is the figure of Nut, the wings. Below is a scene with the mummified dead and lying on a stretcher, two goddesses and two seated deities on each side. The text around this problem, partly illegible, appears to name the father of the deceased as Ankh-hapy.  

Egypian coffins - coffin of Nesmin son of Ankh-hapy

Other decoration includes figures of various deities and human-headed serpent with four son Horus. At the foot end of the lid are two jackals Anubis lying and accompanied by "forward". On the underside of the foot of the eyelid are seated figures of Isis and Nephthys, flanking a djed pillar that wears the crown atef-uraei pendant.

 



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