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Duamutef

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology.

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Egyptian god, one of the Four Sons of Horus. Dog‐headed models of his head were often used as stoppers for the canopic jar containing the stomach.

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Duamutef

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology.

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Egyptian god, one of the Four Sons of Horus. Dog‐headed models of his head were often used as stoppers for the canopic jar containing the stomach.

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Duamutef

Timothy Darvill.

in The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology

January 2008; p ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Archaeology. 28 words.

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Egyptian god, one of the Four Sons of Horus. Dog‐headed models of his head were often used as

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Duamutef

Edited by Donald B. Redford.

in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

January 2001; p ublished online January 2005 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Egyptology. 6 words.

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<span class="smallCaps">Four Sons of Horus</span>

Aidan Dodson.

in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

February 2001; p ublished online January 2005 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Religious Studies; Biblical Studies. 1193 words.

the funerary deities, or genii (sing., genius), named Imsety (ἰmstἰ), Hapy (ḥpy), Duamutef (dwʒ-mwt.f),

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Four Sons of Horus

Aidan Dodson.

in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

January 2001; p ublished online January 2005 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Egyptology. 1192 words.

the funerary deities, or genii (sing., genius), named Imsety (ἰmstἰ), Hapy (ḥpy), Duamutef (dwʒ-mwt.f),

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canopic jar

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology.

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A stone or pottery container used in ancient Egyptian burial practices from Old Kingdom times onwards for holding the entrails of an embalmed body. Four separate jars were...

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