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Funerary bed in the form of the sacred cow, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun (c.1370-52 BC) New Kingdom, c.1336-1327 BC (gilded & stuccoed wood)

“The cow goddess Mehit-Weret stands tall on the third bed, with the sun disc held between her horns. As the goddess of creation and the floods, two concepts which lay at the heart of Ancient Egyptian beliefs, her skin represents the starry sky with its patchwork appearance owing to trefoils of blue paste. She is also connected to rebirth and resurrection, thanks to her eyes, which are shaped like wedjats, the eyes of Horus.”

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Mummy holder of a cat, 500 b.Chr.-300 a.Chr.

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