# Art History

posted by Anonymous

What types of objects are typically found in the tombs of Egyptian rulers?

A. commonplace items for everyday use
B. rare objects and books from foreign lands
C. only objects made of gold
D. colossal stone figures of threatening figures, such as lions, thought to ward off evil spirits**

Not sure what the answer is. The Art History class I take doesn't really give or tell us the answers in the lesson.

1. Anonymous

Or maybe C. because they are royal

2. Anonymous

Ok I change my answer again I think it Might be A.

3. Ms. Sue

Nope. Neither of these. The ancient Egyptians put ordinary things in the tombs for the deceased to use in the Afterlife. There were a few gold things, but there was absolutely no room for huge stone figures.

http://egypt.mrdonn.org/gravegoods.html

4. Anonymous

It was A. Thanks for the help though

5. Ms. Sue

You're welcome.

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