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This funerary mask originally covered the face of the mummy of Wendjebauendjed, general, high dignitary and high priest during the reign of king Psusennes I. Wendjebauendjed’s face is idealized and detailed, with a slight smile. Made out of solid gold, colored glass paste forms the eyes and eyebrows. Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty, reign of Psusennes I, ca. 1047-1001 BC. From tomb NRT III at Tanis. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE 87753 Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient Aliens, Monuments, Statues, Egyptian Mask, Mummified Body, Canopic Jars, Egypt Museum, Egyptian Art
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Mummy Mask of Wendjebauendjed

This funerary mask originally covered the face of the mummy of Wendjebauendjed, general, high dignitary and high priest during the reign of king Psusennes I. Wendjebauendjed’s f... 
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