Sons of Horus

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Four deities - jackal-headed Duamutef, falcon-headed Qebehsenuf, human-headed Imset, and baboon-headed Hapy - who were responsible for protecting the internal organs of the deceased in canopic jars. The jars were decorated with sculpted human heads and from the 19th dynasty until the end of the New Kingdom (1539-1075 BC), the heads represented the four sons of the god Horus