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Shabti: This is one of the largest and finest of the funerary figurines found in Tutankhamun's tomb. Figurines of this type were placed in Egyptian tombs beginning in the Middle Kingdom to serve the deceased in the afterlife and to take his place if should be asked to do any kind of work in the fields of paradise

 

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A large container with four hollowed out sections held the internal organs of the king. Each of its compartments had a lid in the form of Tutankhamun’s head. The royal name on both the chest and its outer shrine appears original, suggesting that Tutankhamun did not usurp the container from a predecessor

 

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This leopard's face decorated a robe of the type worn by the sem-priests, who performed an important funerary ritual called the "Opening of the Mouth." The officiant, dressed in a leopard-skin robe, magically opened the eyes, nose, ears and mouth of the mummy so that in the next world its owner could breathe, use his senses and answer questions posed by the deities who would judge him before Osiris.

 

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This colossal statue of Tutankhamun was found at the remains of the funerary temple of Ay and Horem‐heb. The belt is inscribed with the name Horemheb, written over the earlier names of Ay and Tutankhamun.

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