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Book of the Dead of Henuttawy

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Arienne King
by Trustees of the British Museum
published on 04 October 2020
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The Book of the Dead of Henuttawy. The winged serpent god Nehebkau is depicted on the left. In the center of the papyrus is Osiris, who lies beneath the personification of the night sky. On the right side of the scene, the goddess Nut arches over her consort, the earth god Geb (depicted here with the head of a snake). 74 cm x 23 cm (29 in x 9 in). Egypt. Third Intermediate Period (c. 1069-525 BCE). (Courtesy of the British Museum)

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