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xTomb of Any

The Tomb of Any, the Royal Scribe, was never finished. One of the most remarkable depictions shows Anubis, god of mummification standing beneath the deceased while his wife morning and wailing for his death and accompanied by three priests presenting offerings and placing some of the canopic jars and other objects that the dead may need in the hereafter. Another painting shows Ani on the funerary boat and a group of women, professional morners, who were usually following the deceased to his tomb while wailing and healing dirt on their heads as a sign for sadness.

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