ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FIGURINE OF GOD ANUBIS. Anubis is the Greek name for the guardian of the tombs and is associated with death and life after death in the religion of ancient Egypt.
Anubis is also described as the lord of the necropolis and patron of embalmers, depicted as a large black canid lying on his stomach, possibly a jackal or a wild dog. The ancient Egyptians have known as the God Anubis of death and they believed that Anubis has strong unique power over their physical and spiritual being in the afterlife. Weight - 12.1 Grams. Previously in a London private collection of Egyptian Artefacts, formed prior to 2000. This item is in the category "Antiques\Other Antiques".
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