Each canopic jar is topped with a separately carved human/headed stopper in the form of the king in a nemes headdress made of calcite with details such as eyes lips and ornaments on the protective uraeus and vulture picked out in red and black paint, the four stoppers are marked underneath with a symbol indicating their correct position and inside the hollows were the four canopic coffinettes. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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