1 NEW The Young Tutankhamun Pack Ruling for 9 short years, Tutankhamun remains one of the most well know Egyptian fi gures. Explore his life with this fantastic collection of papyrus scenes depicting a variety of egyptian rituals, jewellery, scarab, replica plaques and icons and detailed postcard collection and large Tutankhamun poster.
035-AE-TYT £ 73 .95
Includes replica plaques and scarab 2 Canopic Jars
A vital part of the mummifi cation process, the canopic jars were used to contain the internal organs that had been removed from the body. The set includes one jar, and heads of the four gods known as the sons of Horus - Imsety, Qebehsenuef, Hapy, and Duamutef - these were used to seal in the contents.
035-AE-CAN £ 36 .95 3 4
3 Amulets Collection Amulets have been discovered in Egyptian tombs as they were placed with the body in order to protect it from evil. This collection of 7 amulets includes Bes (averts evil) and Ankh (life). A postcard image illustrates what each amulet represents.
035-HAEAP 4 Scribe’s Life Pack
It took years of training to become an ancient Egyptian scribe. This pack enables you to take a few short cuts. Consists of large hieroglyphics stencils, colourful and informative book explaining hieroglyphics, a model of an Egyptian scribe, alphabet outline papyrus, and sheets of blank papyrus.
035-AE-ASL £ 63 .95 5 6 SET OF 35
5 Egyptian Jewellery Jewellery was very important to the Egyptians and they were keen to keep pieces in the tomb, these were placed on the body of the deceased. This fabulous set of jewellery comprises of eight pieces including a Gold Scarab Ring (the scarab was a symbol for the Egyptians, often associated with the sun God Ra) and Gold Falcon Ring (Horus was depicted with a Falcon’s head), amongst others.
035-HI00304 £ 20 .95
6 Bumper Egyptian Images Pack
35 postcards covering fi ve themes of protection, natural resources, communication, afterlife, food and drink. Each set of images consists of artist interpretations and genuine artefacts taken from the period.