|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Egypt | Dendereh|
|Period||Ptolemaic Period | Thirty-Third Dynasty|
|Date Made||305-30 BCE|
|Materials||Wood | Pigment|
|Iconography||Isis | Nephthys | Falcon Heads | Mummy | Bier|
Painted wooden coffin of Djed-Hapi (earlier read as Sakhpimau). The coffin has an idealized head of the deceased wearing a long black wig and a false beard. The coffin is decorated with a wide collar with 9 horizontal bands of floral and beaded imagery with falcon-headed terminals. Below the collar is a scene of a mummy on a lion-headed bier with mourning goddesses (Isis and Nephthys) on either side. Below this is a funerary text of five columns invoking the god Anubis. The names of his parents are also given. his father was called Petosiris and his mother's name was Sermuthepet.
|Credit Line||Gift of Ethelbert Watts, 1898|
|Other Number||AES91A - Original Number|
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