Coffin of Thuya in the Shape of a Mummy

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Coffin of Thuya in the Shape of a Mummy 761-6e10
This coffin of wood is carved and covered with gilded stucco. The wig is long and the hair. The features are very finely modeled; the eyes, eyelashes, and eyebrows are inlaid.

The pectoral, a large piece of jewelry worn on the chest, is composed of 10 bands of flowers and petals. It is inlaid in colored glass with falcon heads at the ends. A figure of Nut kneels on one knee with outspread wings upon the head of the deceased.

Below the goddess are two vertical columns of prayers to her. The coffin is decorated with the Djed amulets of stability.
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Dimensions: Length 218.5 cm
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