My last year of Graduate school I had to take a graduate level history course. The class was AMAZING! Egyptology. When I found out we were expected to write a 15+ page paper I felt like I had been hit by a truck. My learning "differences" make such a thing almost impossible. To the professors credit he allowed the sculpture students to research something Egyptian and make it in place of the the 15 page paper. This is what I made. It is a kanopic sled chest that held all of the kanopic jars. Each one held a different set of organs represented by a different God. I made it following the design of the most famous of all pharos, Tutankhamen.
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