Anubis Head

Anubis was a god of the afterlife and the underworld. He was also the god of embalming, mummification, graveyards and tombs. He had the head of a jackal and the body of a man. This is because jackals were often found near graves. During embalming ceremonies, the main priest wore a jackal mask while he offered prayers and performed rituals. Anubis’ main job in the underworld was to perform the weighing ceremony. He used scales to weigh a dead person’s heart. If it was as light as a feather (because of all the good deeds the person had done), the soul could enter the afterlife.

Beautiful resin statue of the Egyptian jackal-headed god Anubis. He is associated with death and he presides over the process of mummification and guides the dead to the afterlife.

Approx: 5cm × 13cm × 8cm



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