mummiform

mummiform

(ˈmʌmɪˌfɔːm)
n
(Antiques) a sarcophagus
adj
resembling a mummy
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In time they grew more mummiform, cross-armed at the chest or armless.
In the standardized illustration for Spell 98, the most common version found in Theban and Memphite documents is that the deceased stands facing left, extending his hand toward a boat on water that approaches him; a mummiform ferryman is seated in the boat, facing the deceased.
The common vignette for Spell 93 in the Late Period is: the deceased stands, either raising his hands in adoration or extending a hand forward, before a boat that moves away from him; within the boat sits a mummiform ferryman who turns his head backwards to look at the deceased; the emblem of the East stands in front of the boat.
Pet remains are then covered in a Mummiform (bronzing) then returned to their owners.
In his last essay Keel deals with the iconography of the Egyptian mummiform god Ptah on seals of the Late Bronze Age in Palestine.