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Our first activity involved us observing and handling real Ancient Egyptian artefacts such as the lid of a canopic jar and shabti.
Neil Silberblatt's poems have appeared, or will be appearing soon, in numerous journals, including Poetica Magazine, The Otter, The Aurorean, Two Bridges Review, Oddball Magazine, Verse Wisconsin, Muddy River Poetry Review, Nixes Mate Review, Naugatuck River Review, Chantarelle's Notebook, Canopic Jar, First Literary Review-East, and The Good Men Project.
Not forgetting the jewellers, canopic jar potters and miniature furniture joiners.
The mysterious hieroglyphs on the canopic jar in the Discovery Gallery are actually fake.
(18) Finally there is the alabaster canopic jar (19) from Egypt that would have contained the intestines of the deceased removed during the mummification process.
The Canopic jar - a type of covered urn - dating from 1,400BC, was opened by archaeologists at Birmingham University and its contents sent to pathologists at a nearby hospital for tests.
The other, also in near-perfect condition, depicts a priest of Isis enveloped in a flowing mantle and holding a canopic jar.
Those boxes contained an earthenware Egyptian death mask and a canopic jar; the latter is a container ancient Egyptians are believed to have used to store the entrails of mummified people.
The canopic jar needs to be thick and sturdy, so more layers of newspaper strips are applied to the base.
The tribesman was buried in a cave with his heart in a canopic jar. The discovery leads the pair in two entirely different directions: tests on blood from the ancient tribesman's heart show he was immune to Cobalt and Kate's boss clones him to find a cure.
* "Canopic jar" article from Wikipedia at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canopic_jar