Canopic jar with lid representing Qebehsenuef
Third Intermediate Period, Dynasties XXI–XXV 1069 BCE-664 BCE
- (a-b) 24.5 × 10.5 × 9.9 cm (overall)
- Place/s of Execution
- Accession Number
- Credit Line
- National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented by James E. Sherrard Esq., 1881
- Gallery location
- Not on display
- Physical description
- Jar with a wide, flat base and an ovoid body with broad shoulder. The jar is solid except for a shallow cavity below the lid.
The lid is falcon headed with features roughly carved out. It represents the god Qebehsenuef, one of the four sons of Horus. The top of the nose and the brow are chipped.