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American Museum of Natural History.
All royal mummies in ancient Egypt were entombed in a lidded coffin called a sarcophagus. The sarcophagus was meant to protect the deceased in the afterlife, and more than one would often be used: one or more wooden sarcophagi adorned with gold and precious stones would be protected inside of large stone sarcophagi.
Handmade in Cairo from polymer mold.
Packaged in decorative box with hieroglyphic design.
Information card included.