canopic jar

Canopic vase made of stone, probably alabaster. The vase is ovoid in shape, with a flat base, and is topped with a painted head. There is an inscription on the front, bearing the name of Nessi ta-nub, the prophet of Ammon. The vase dates to the 21st Dynasty (c. 1070 - 945 BCE).

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