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Mummified Hand and Forearm of Pharaoh Nephren-Ka by JasonMcKittrick Mummified Hand and Forearm of Pharaoh Nephren-Ka by JasonMcKittrick
Item# 72304
14th Dynasty, Egypt (Middle Kingdom) 1750 B.C.
Discovered in 1844 by Prof. Enoch Bowen, Providence, RI

Currently housed at the Miskatonic University Special Collections Department

Measures 17" x 9.5"

This piece will be on display as part of a set at the Ars Necronomica [link] art show during NecronomiCon, Providence this August.
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unsungno1 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013
This is brilliant - the only negative I can think of is perhaps the bindings on the forearm should be loose, to allow for the fact the cadaver shrivelled during mummification.  But this is just brilliant.
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JasonMcKittrick Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
They are somewhat loose but the real mummy arm I was using for reference had most of the bandages fused to the flesh. This is common for most Egyptian mummies due to their use of resin to help bind it all together.
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unsungno1 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
Did not know that, would have thought otherwise. But obviously you've researched well.
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BaronOffero Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013
It looks great. I look forward to seeing it in person in Providence.
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BonSmitty Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013
What if someone used it as a backscratcher?
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JasonMcKittrick Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013
As long as they pay for it, they can do what they want.
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