Egyptian

Sarcophagus

An Egyptian sarcophagus is an ornate box-like funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved or cut from stone in ancient Egypt. They served as protection for the body, painted with symbolic scenes and inscriptions to help the soul in its afterlife journey.

Model based on

Egyptian Sarcophagus

by

Museum of Malopolska

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Beautiful Things for Spatial Computing

Beautiful Things

for Spatial Computing