Cartonnage Fragment

Ptolemaic or Roman Period

Not on view

Made of linen covered with paste and painted, this piece likely came from a mummy case. Shown here is the figure of a jackal, representing either Anubis, the god of embalming or Wepwawet, the god who ushered the deceased into the afterlife, atop a shrine.

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