• This Egyptian High Priest Sarcophagus of Harkhebit decorative box figurine is made of designer composite resin, hand painted and polished individually.
• Horkhebit was a "Royal Seal Bearer, Sole Companion, Chief Priest of the Shrines of Upper and Lower Egypt, and Overseer of the Cabinet" in early Dynasty 26. His tomb was a great shaft over sixty feet deep sunk into the desert and solid limestone bedrock in the Late Period cemetery that covers most of the area east of the Djoser complex at Saqqara.
• The sarcophagus is one of a group with plump, squarish broad faces, smooth unarticulated bodies, and slightly protruding feet that originate in the Memphite area. This decorative box is designed to replicate the actual Sarcophagus of Harkhebit, finished in classical black and gold hand painted finish. The surface and sides of the body of the box is filled with egyptian hieroglyphic symbols, adding historical value to the artwork.
• This is an Ebros exclusive collection. Coke can and jewelry displayed with the decorative box is not included with the listing. It is meant to provide size perspective of the item.
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