GoddessGift.net
Ancient Mother Goddess Gifts and 'Herstorical' Information
to Honor, Nurture and Inspire!
  

  | Verified Secure Shopping! |      
 
      
Home | Privacy | Contact Us / About Us | Shipping | Feedback | Shopping Cart | Check Out | Links | Site Map

Materials/Finishes and Fair Trade   Refunds   Wholesale   Our Guarantee and Refund Policies  Gift Certificates

Search
 

Ancient Goddess Information
A-Z with Areas of Rule Listing

 
On-Line Catalog  
Altars

Altar Cloths

Animal Familiar Statues and Jewelry

Blessing Bowls

Candle Shrines

Cards

Goddess Charms

Curtains & Doorways

Chakra Banners

Drums

 Flags - Banners

Garden Statues

Statues of Gods and Heroes

Group Gifts

Magnets

Miniatures

Oil  and Incense Burners

Pendulums

Plaques

Rubber Stamps

Stickers

Table Cloth-Runners

Tapestries

Unique Goddess Related Items

Wall Plaques
 

Sale Pages
Up To 50% Off

What's New

 
Jewelry:

Goddess Jewelry

Celtic Jewelry

Egyptian Jewelry

Metaphysical and Pagan Jewelry

Tarot Jewelry

Angel Jewelry

Rainbow Room OUT Mall Jewelry for LBGTQ

 
Goddess Statues, Jewelry, Flags and Banners Arranged By Culture:  
African

Aztec and Mayan

Buddhist

Babylonian

Chinese

Christian Statues:
Saints
, Angels, Biblical Heroes

Gnostic

Egyptian

Greek

Roman

Hindu

Middle Eastern

Native American

Neolithic

Modern

Norse

Slavic

Celtic

Pagan

Wiccan
 
Newsletter  
Gift Certificates  
Statues Related to:

Earth

Fertility

Fatherhood

Law

Medicine

Midwifery 

 
Motherhood 
 
Testimonials  
Articles  
(c) 2001-2017
GoddessGift.net
 
Egyptian Jackal God Anubis Statue
Egyptian Funerary Statue
anubis statue

anubis statue  anubis statue
Color changes slightly depending on lighting.
In two Size:
8.75 inches tall /
22.22cm and
15.5 inches tall /39.37cm high

Material: cold cast bronze

Home
> Egyptian Gods >
 Gods and Heroes
8.75 inches tall / 22.22cm
$36.00

#TL-1142


15.5 inches tall / 39.37cm
$89.89

#TL-1238
Anubis, the Egyptian Funerary God

ANUBIS
[Temple of Abidos, Egypt. 19th.Dynasty 1317 B.C.]

Anubis, God of the Dead, represented with a head of a jackal or simply as a jackal, opened the road to the other world and presided over embalmings.

After a funeral, Anubis would take the deceased by the hand and introduce the entity into the presence of the sovereign judges where the soul of the deceased would be weighed.

Anubis was the Guardian of Offerings brought to the ceremony by heirs of the deceased and he also guarded the mummy from evil forces in the night. When the body was embalmed, a priest wearing a jackal mask acted as Anubis's representative. Anubis also guarded the Sacred Esoteric Mysteries.

The origin of this God lay in the fact that jackals could be heard howling in the desert to the west of the Nile at sunset-at the time when burials took place. Here, Anubis is shown carrying the long ‘waas’ scepter and the crook and flail, symbols of kingship.

For the Egyptians, death was transitory and the mummification allowed the deceased to be prepared for the trip to the underworld and immortality. The process of mummification lasted seventy days.

First, the body had ritual washings, then, most of the brain was taken out through an opening in the nose. The rest was dissolved with aromatic products. The heart, lungs and viscera were taken out and placed in four jars. The heart was replaced by one of ceramic or stone. The body submerged for seventy days in dry natron became incorruptible and finally it was washed, dried and bandaged with fine linen at the same time that sacred formulas were chanted.

 

osiris statuemore Egyptian Gods here