Bronze Sitting Ancient Famous Home Decor Anubis SculptureJason2022-08-18T03:54:04-04:00
Bronze Sitting Ancient Famous Home Decor Anubis Sculpture
Anubis is the God of death in ancient Egyptian mythology, appearing in the fresco of pharaohs with the head and body of a jackal. Jackals are common wild dog that searches cemeteries for scavengers. People prayed to it to protect the dead. This is a sitting bronze Anubis sculpture, our casting techniques are so exquisite, and the lines on the chairs are so clear. This Anubis sculpture is great for home decor, office, and reception rooms. If you like it, don’t hesitate to buy it.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
Anubis had the head of a jackal, a wild dog that commonly scavenged in cemeteries
Anubis had the head of a jackal, a wild dog that commonly scavenged in cemeteries. Archaeologists identified Anubis’s sacred animal as the African wolf, an Egyptian canid. Anubis was prayed to protect the dead. He also helped ISIS mummify Osiris and gave him the title of king of the underworld. Like many ancient Egyptian deities, Anubis had different identities at different times. Anubis was portrayed as the protector of tombs as early as the First Dynasty of Egypt. He was also an embalmer. In the Middle Kingdom, he was replaced as Lord of the underworld by Osiris. It is now known as a god who guides souls into the afterlife. Anubis is depicted in black, a color that symbolizes regeneration, life, the soil of the Nile, and the discoloration of a body after embalming. Today, Anubis sculptures are very popular.
Anubis is related to his brother Upuot and is another god depicted with a dog-shaped head
Anubis is related to his brother Upuot and is another god depicted with a dog-shaped head, but shown in gray or white. Anubis’s wife was Amber, and his daughter was Kebecet. Most of the titles he received were related to his status as a god of funerals, such as “He who is upon his mountain”, which emphasized his status as the patron saint of the dead and the grave, and The title “He who is in the place of Embalming” suggests his association with mummification. And just like many ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses play different roles in different texts. In the trial of the “weight of the heart” after death, Anubis acted as a scale. Ancient fairy tales accompany us as we grow up. Maybe you are also interested in some fairy tales. You can explore through sculpture. Aongking also has more ancient mythology sculptures besides this Egyptian ancient Anubis sculpture, we can also custom any sculpture for you.