Coffin of Yuya with Crossed Hands

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Post  Admin on Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:28 am

Coffin of Yuya with Crossed Hands 651-4-10
This coffin is made of wood, gilt, and bitumen, a type of cement. Yuya is shown with his hands crossed on his chest. Below is a vulture with outspread wings holding two Shen signs of power in the talons.

A column of text is inscribed on the center of the lid. Each side is divided by four vertical bands, between which on the right-hand side are figures of Imsety, Anubis, Duamutef, and Geb facing the deceased. At the right-hand end of the box is a depiction of a pylon, or gateway, with the double Udjat eye upon it.

On the left-hand side, Hapi, Anubis, Qebehsenuef, and Nut face the deceased. At the head of the coffin is a figure of Nephthys kneeling on the "Neb" gold sign. At the foot is a figure of Isis kneeling with one knee on the "Neb" gold sign, touching a power sign.
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Dimensions: Length 275 cm
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