300. Anepd or Anubis, jackal-headed, walking, wearing a tunic, s'enti,
round the loins; on a pedestal at the back a plinth pierced. If in. high.
301. Similar figure of Anubis ; good workmanship. 1J in. high. Dull-
302. Similar figure of Anubis ; very coarse. If in. high. Dull-green por-
303. Similar figure of Anubis ; coarse workmanship. If in. high. Blue
304. Similar figure of Anubis. 1-J-in. high. Same material.
305. Anepu or Anubis, jackal-headed, wearing a long head-attire, namms,
and tunic, s'enti, round the loins, walking, left foot advanced; coarse work;
plinth behind pierced. If in. high. Blue porcelain.
306. Anepu or Anubis, jackal-headed, wearing long head-dress, namms, and
tunic, s'enti, round the loins; pendent arms, hands clenched, left ear broken
off. in. high. Light-blue porcelain.
307. Nahab or Nahabka, goddess, represented as a snake with human
legs and hands, sustaining by them the weight of her head; above, a ring
for suspension. 1 in. high. Bright-blue porcelain.
308. Tuautmutf, second genius of the Karneter or Hades and son of
Osiris, body enwrapped in bandages • behind, an upright square column or
plinth, pierced. 1J in. high. Dull-green porcelain.
309. Tuautmutf, jackal-headed, wearing a long head-attire, namms, and
collar, usx, round the neck; body mummied, mer em hebs, facing to the right,
holding a doubled sash or bandlet before him; pierced with two holes, flat
behind. 2-Jin. high. Blue 'porcelain.
310. Tuautmutf, jackal-headed, walking, with pendent arms; plinth behind
pierced. 1^ in. high. Dull-green porcelain.
311. Qabhsenuf, the fourth genius, daimon or god of the Karneter or Hades,
son of Osiris and Isis, companion of his father Osiris, and one of the gods
attached to the funeral or burial of the dead. When in form of a canopic
or sepulchral vase, he presided over the liver, and appears in the scene of
the great judgment at a later period with his three other brothers standing
on a lotus flower. In this specimen, which is taken from the outer network