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On his website.
Though the press release says $250,000, it's for sale at only $90,000
"..... painted with the four sons of Horus (Imsety, head of a man; Hapy, head of a baboon; Kebechsenef, head of a falcon; Anubis, head of a jackal). One vertical row of hieroglyphics is also visible"
This is nonsense.
Anubis has nothing to do with the Four sons of Horus.
The one he refers to with the jackal head is Duamutef.
(NB: He must have seen this page as he subsequently changed that, corrected it)
Let's take a closer look.
Is it a typical 18th dynasty sacophagus? NO.
Just to know what on earth they would say, I asked two Egyptologists.
They prefer to remain anonymous here.
What's also interesting about this silly fake sarcohagus is that you can buy it here as well....but for rather more, one cent short of $171,000 !
(Was subsequently "reduced" to $90,000 as well)
Same photographs, same descriptive text. Draw your own conclusions.
I mentioned "slipper coffins" above....
Like this one.
Complete slipper coffins are very rarely on the market but there are the anthropomorphic lids offered from time to time.
Well, have a look on the next page>>>>.
And of course with everything you might acquire there comes the wonderful guarantee:
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