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Egyptian    Beaded Mummy Decoration, Saite Period, Dynasty 26 (c. 664-525 B.C.)    Beads, fiber

Egyptian Beaded Mummy Decoration, Saite Period, Dynasty 26 (c.) Beads, fiber x 40 x cm x 15 x 1 in. Hutchinson and Henry H.

Ancient Egypt, Late Period, 664-535 BC.  The mask, representing the face of the deceased, would have been attached to the wrappings of the mummy over the facial area, as shown in the photo of an example at left. It depicts the deceased wearing the beard of Osiris, a symbol of his/her hope for reincarnation.

Authentic ancient Egyptian mummy-bead jewelry, necklaces, earrings and beads from Egypt for sale.

Faience Beaded Mummy Mask.   Comes with a custom purple hardwood stand. Originally sewn to the mummy shroud along with amulets and scarabs.  Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians hoped to achieve eternal life. They believed that the deceased would attain immortality if the body was preserved for resurrection and if the proper funerary rites were observed. The mummy mask aided the deceased in the perilous journey to the next world where it was believed that resurrection would magically occur.

Faience Beaded Mummy Mask

Comes with a custom purple hardwood stand. Originally sewn to the mummy shroud along with amulets and scarabs. Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians hoped to achieve eternal life. They believed…

Exercice de Style

Mummy from Inamonnefnebu RMO AMM also listed as Leiden AMM Hieroglyphs on the beaded linen net shroud read: ‘An offering which the King gives to Osiris, Lord of Aby[dos], may he grant a good burial.

bead-net / bead

Rectangular fragment of a bead-net, probably removed from a mummy, consisting of polychrome glazed composition short cylinder beads strung into a decorative repeated diamond pattern.

Egyptian Beaded Mummy Face Mask

Lot: Egyptian Beaded Mummy Face Mask, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd., Auction: TimeLine Auctions - Antiquities, Day Date: May 2015 UTC

Bead Net and Gold Mask of Hekaemsaef- Egypt, After the New Kingdom.

Bead Net and Gold Mask of Hekaemsaef. He was the overseer of the royal boats and probably a very wealthy individual. Egypt, Dynasty, B.

Statue made of Diorite; Pharaoh Khafre with Falcon God Horus, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.

Statue of Diorite, Pharaoh Khafre with Falcon God Horus, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt

Statue of Diorite, Pharaoh Khafre with Falcon God Horus, Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt

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Ramesseum | Granite head of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC, 19th Dynasty) at his memorial temple. In the background are three Osiride pillars (engaged statues which depict the Pharaoh in the form of the god Osiris).

Ramesseum - Granite head of Ramesses II BC, Dynasty) at his memorial temple. In the background are three Osiride pillars (engaged statues which depict the Pharaoh in the form of the god Osiris).

Egyptian Beaded Mummy Mask with Scarab and Figures :

A restrung panel of small glazed composition beads in various colours representing a mummy face mask with looped border, scarab with wings extended and two pairs of facing figures.

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