Canopic Jars
The canopic jars where the jars that held the organs taken out of the body during
 the process of mummification.

The canopic jars where made of several materials some where abalaster, limestone, or calicite. The jar’s tops
had the heads of the four sons of Horus. The Ancient Egyptians belived that the sons
of Horus would protect the organs inside
the jars. The canopic jars would be buried along with the body they came from.
Hapy had a baboon head and held and held the lungs.
Imsety had the head of a human and held the liver.
Duamutef had a jackal head and held the stomach and the upper intestines.
Qebehsenuef had the head of a falcon and held the lower intestines.