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Canopic jar with jackal lid

Period:
Third Intermediate Period–Late Period
Dynasty:
Dynasty 21–30
Date:
ca. 1070–343 B.C.
Geography:
From Egypt
Medium:
Limestone
Dimensions:
h. 35.1 cm (13 13/16 in)
Credit Line:
Gift of James Douglas, 1890
Accession Number:
90.6.31
Not on view
Collection of Dr. James Douglas, Quebec City. This piece was probably acquired between 1851–1865, when he is known to have traveled and collected in Egypt. Donated to the Museum by his son James S. Douglas, 1890.

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