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This extremely well preserved mummy is that of a man who lived during the Ptolemaic Period. According to the customs of the time, the body of the deceased was carefully wrapped in strips of linen; the design formed by these strips, notably around the face, was often extremely sophisticated. The mummy is covered with a cartonnage consisting of several elements: Notes sur les ballets par Jean Cocteau. Paris, Maurice de Brunoff, From the John K.

Eyes, make-up lines and eyelids are composed of coloured glass inlays.

The Museo Egizio owes much of its renown to the well-equipped tomb of the architect Kha. The quantity and quality of the material is sufficient to establish a museum on its own. A tomb of this magnitude would have taken years to prepare, a process that Kha certainly oversaw during his lifetime.

Unexpectedly predeceased by his wife Merit, the mourning widower Kha gave his own coffin to his wife. The broad collar was similarly inlaid with glass and carnelian and the whole was richly gilded, a process that was surely longer in the making than the 70 days required for the mummification of Merit before her burial. The opulence of the mask, and the fact that Kha had none for his own burial, suggests that he was unexpectedly predeceased by his wife Merit, and that he provided her with much of the funerary equipment intended for himself.

Painted cartonnage mummy-mask with rosebud garland in hair and exposed breasts. The cartonnage was made from layers of fibre or papyrus moulded while wet over a mummy-shaped form. The plaster surface provided an even ground for applying decoration. Protective winged deities are painted on the front of the case to guard the body, while jackals keep watch at the feet.

The ancient Egyptians believed that a person’s name must be preserved in order for them to survive for eternity. Reciting the offering formula for a named individual was thought to provide for their ka in the afterlife. This coffin is decorated with depictions of funerary deities, including the four sons of Horus and scenes from the Book of the Dead.


The coffin and mummy belong to an Egyptian priest, Nesmin pronounced Esminwho lived during the Ptolemaic Period, an era of Greek domination in Egypt following its conquest by Alexander the Great in BC. Like his father and many paternal ancestors, he had been a priest of Min, a god of fertility, and also of Khonsu, a god of the moon and healing.

His mother played the sistrum ritual rattle in the service of Min. Nesmin pursued his priestly duties in Middle Egypt at Akhim.

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The decoration of his coffin reflects a Ptolemaic style typical for that site. Base and lid of a polychrome painted cartonnage mummy-case for the mummy of Taminis, daughter of Peteminis, anthropoid, face and hair gilded, wearing a short-sleeved tunic, the border being decorated with hunting scenes and vignettes of domestic activities, which reaches to the ankles, the mantle, knotted between the breasts, covers the right shoulder and the loose end is drawn over the left shoulder from behind, and sandals; the name, in black painted Demotic, appears on the left shoulder; other funerary deities are represented around the edges of the lid; colours now faded.

Linen and plaster, painted and gilded. Lid of cartonnage mummy-case in form of woman wearing tunic and mantle; painted and gilded detail. Mummy with a layer of gilded cartonnage, found in the village of Koshtamna-Naba. From the Ptolemaic period. Si rese quindi necessario inserire intorno alla mummia dei teli di lino, monogrammati per lui. Layers of plaster and linen bandages presoaked in glue.

Nespakashuti was a chief cantor and priest at the temple of the god Min in the city of Akhmim in Middle Egypt. Visitez mon blog larabio.

I’m kind of at a loss as to what these are for. Are they simply statues to a mummiform god, or are they wrapped viscera? They’re about a foot high. Probably from the ptolemaic or early roman period, but beautifully modeled. This mask covered the head and bust of the mummy of a woman whose name, Ammonarin, is written in gold letters on the black band of the gauze that covers her head.

The woman wears a Roman-style hairdo half covered by a veil and a fringed cloak himation tied at the breast. Both wrists are adorned with spiral bracelets in a form popular during the Roman period, that of a snake. Her right hand grasps a bunch of red flowers tied with a ribbon and her neck is adorned by a gold choker from which three figures hang: All elements connected to the cult of the Egyptian goddess Isis.


Egyptians living under the Roman rule made choices about their burials that emphasized either Roman or Egyptian characteristic. Mummy masks produced in Roman times frequently display a new palette that utilized colors not commonly found in earlier Egyptian art, including pink and light green This example shows the deceased owner worshiping the god Osiris in panels to either side of the gilded face.

See where this picture was taken. Cartonnage panel with a decorative border of flowers and the Djed Pillar symbol of stability. The stucco surface well secured to the linen base.

Related groups — cartonnage. View all All Photos Tagged cartonnage. Louvre Museum – Mummy of a man by Francesco Dazzi. Mummy of Meresamun by akhenatenator. Ba bird over the mummy by Heidi Kontkanen. Detail from the Anthropoid coffin with mummy.

Taken November 16th, Cartonnage by Gerard Hermand. Eyes and eyebrows are inlaid with glass and lapis lazuli. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Cartonnage and mummy of the priest, Hor detail – Brooklyn Museum by bronxbob. Mummy by Fran Taylor. The Golden Face of Panehsy by Jan.

Dynasty, Deir el Bahari. Cartonnage mummy mask made from linen and gesso. Egyptian Blues by Mamluke.

Hearst Museum, Berkeley, California. Detail from the cartonnage of Nespakashuti. Egyptian Carttonnage of Athens Museum. Momie d’Homme by Francois el Bacha. Cartonnage and mummy of an anonymous man – Brooklyn Museum by bronxbob. Mummiform Statues by meechmunchie.

Mask of a Ammonarin by Merya. Boston museum of art. Cartonnage Mummy Mask by Itinerant Wanderer. Mummy Mask by John H. Egyptian, Roman Period, 1st – 2nd century C. Cartonnage of Nespanetjerenpare – Brooklyn Museum by bronxbob.

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Painted Mummy Cases by Richardr. Cartonnage by maria jose. My first steps into cartonnage.