|Completed under drawing of "Anpu Lord of the Sacred Land"~ an original Kemetic icon by Master Iconographer Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa|
|The God Anpu as depicted on the foot end of the mummy of Artemidora/ Roman Period/ From the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Photo courtesy of Setken)|
|A nearly identical image from the collection of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo|
|Mask of the God Anpu fitted with eye slits for use by priests in the rite of Opening the Mouth. Late period. Clay. H 49 cm. IN 1585. Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum, Hildesheim|
|Painting from the tomb of Userhat (TT 51) depicting the God Ausir enthroned as trailing plants, papyrus, and lotus spring to life in His presence.|
1 For an accessible but detailed exploration on these thoughts, I direct my readers to Bleiberg, Edward. "To Live Forever: Egyptian Funerary Beliefs and Practices", in To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures From the Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY, 2008, pp. 24-43.