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funkyzilla.com: Kaiyodo Mini Egyptian Statues

Miniature Egyptian reproductions from the collection of the British Museum.


Canopic Jars of Neskhons (Baboon and Human) British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Canopic Jars of Neskhons (Baboon and Human) British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
Canopic Jars of Neskhons (Baboon and Human)
Stone jars made to store the liver, lungs, stomach and intestines of a mummified body.
When a body was preserved as a mummy, the internal organs were taken out quickly after death. The heart, the 'seat of understanding' was left in place. The liver, lungs, stomach and intestines were placed in four different containers.
Jars are approx. 4cm (1.5") tall (Without the plinth). Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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Thutmose III British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Thutmose III British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
Head of Thutmose III.
Thutmose III was the son of Thutmose II. When Thutmose II died, his wife Hatshepsut acted as regent for the first years of the reign of Thutmose III.
By the year seven of his reign she had taken the title of Pharaoh, thus delaying the full accession of her nephew. He finally came to the throne in about 1458 BC. It was probably not until late in his reign that he removed Hatshepsut's name from her monuments and replaced it with his own.
Figure is 5cm (2.5") tall (Without the plinth).
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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Seated Cat British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Seated Cat British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
The sacred representation of the goddess Bastet.
This cat is a particularly fine example of the many statues of cats from ancient Egypt. It has gold rings, a silvered collar round its neck and a silver protective wedjat eye amulet.
Cat is 5cm (2") tall (Without the plinth). Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



Price:   £9.99/€11.19


Man Ploughing with Oxen British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Man Ploughing with Oxen British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
This model was originally placed in a tomb. Models showing production of food were placed in wealthy burials of the Middle Kingdom to guarantee that the deceased would have food for eternity.
6cm (2.5") long. Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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Horus of Pe British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Horus of Pe British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
This falcon headed deity is associated with Buto, the ancient capital of the Nile Delta. Horus of Pe's southern counterpart is the jackal headed Horus of Nekhen. These two gods are known as the 'Souls' of their respective towns.
5cm (2") tall (Without the plinth). Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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Mummy of a Cat British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Mummy of a Cat British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
The cat is associated with the goddess Bastet, whose cult centre was at Bubastis in the Delta.
The cat was very elaborately wrapped. A lot of effort was frequently spent on the wrapping and external appearance, while the remains inside are often incomplete.
Cat is 6cm (2.5") tall (Without the plinth). Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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Sphinx British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Sphinx British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
Sphinxes represent the immense power of the Egyptian king.
The Egyptian Sphinx became a symbol of the duty of the king to protect Egypt. This one may represent the god Tutu.
The composite creature combines the physical strength of the lion with the worldly might of the king, thus creating a creature with terrifying power.
Figure is 6.5cm (2.5") tall. Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



Price:   £9.99/€11.19


Fish and Tablet British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo Fish and Tablet British Museum Egypt Figure Model Statue. Kaiyodo
Super miniature reproduction of one of the ancient Egyptian artifacts on display at the British Museum. Beautifully packaged in a box covered with pictures and info relating to the reproduction inside.
Model of a glass bottle in the form of a fish plus inscribed model tablet.
The Tilapia: symbolic of rebirth.
Glass vessels seem to have been primarily functional rather than ritual objects; their main use was as containers for cosmetics or precious oils. However, in this case the fish design might hint at some further meaning. This is a Nile tilapia fish, which hatches and shelters her young in her mouth. The emergence of the live offspring from the tilapia's mouth led to the fish being used as a symbol of rebirth and regeneration.
Fish is 5cm (2") long (Without the plinth). Made by Kaiyodo Japan.
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Collectible figure. Recommended for Ages 14+. 



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