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Egyptian Statue- Anubis

R750.00

Anubis Egyptian Statue

Anubis is the God of Death, Mummification, Embalming, the Afterlife, Cemeteries, Tombs and the Underworld. Anubis’s head has been discovered as the Egyptian canid, the African Golden Wolf. He was the protector of the graves and cemeteries. He also guided individuals across the threshold from the world of the living to the afterlife.

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Anubis Egyptian God
Anubis is the God of Death, Mummification, Embalming, the Afterlife, Cemeteries, Tombs and the Underworld. Anubis’s head has been discovered as the Egyptian canid, the African Golden Wolf. He was the protector of the graves and cemeteries. He also guided individuals across the threshold from the world of the living to the afterlife.

Egyptian, Egypt, Ancient, God, Death

Weight .691 kg
Dimensions .36 × .115 × .70 cm

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