Anubis is an ancient Egyptian god known for his role in the afterlife. He is depicted with the head of a jackal and played a crucial role in guiding and protecting the souls of the deceased.
As a judge, Anubis presides over the weighing of hearts during the judgment of the dead, determining who was worthy of entering the afterlife. He also had a role in the mummification process, ensuring the proper preservation of the deceased.
Anubis is a prominent and enduring symbol in ancient Egyptian mythology and culture.
(Material: Clay, Porcelain, Ceramic Composite)
(Weight: ~1 kg)
(Height: ~27 cm, ~14 cm, Depth: ~14 cm)