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Cosmetic Box In The Shape Of A Composite Capital  --  Egypt  --  664-300 BCE  --  No further reference provided.

Cosmetic box in the shape of a composite capital Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt .

This necklace was originally found on the mummy of Psusennes I. cairo egyptian museum-heavy gold necklace of Psusennes I-JE 85751a_B-CEM-30-08 09 007; gold, lapis lazuli; H. 6.2cm; 21st Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period.

This necklace was originally found on the mummy of Psusennes I. Cairo Egyptian museum-heavy gold necklace of Psusennes gold, lapis lazuli;

Ancient Roman grey chalcedony signet ring of Zeus, 2nd century AD.

Ancient Roman grey chalcedony signet ring of Zeus, century AD from Berganza London Hatton Garden

This gilded wood ib (heart) amulet was one of the most potent of all amulets.  To the Egyptians, the heart was the most essential of organs. Period : Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty Dating : 1570 BC–1293 BC

This gilded wood ib (heart) amulet was one of the most potent of all amulets. “To the Egyptians, the heart was the most essential of organs.Period: Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 Dating: 1570 BC

Faience amulet in the shape of an ankh, 25th dynasty to Late Period, about 700-500 BCE.  It represents a wish, probably for the king, of  ” life, power and stability for millions of years “.  The amulet was acquired by Lord Kitchener in the Sudan, probably at Gebel Barkal and originated in a temple.  ( lessing Archive )

Triple amulet: Was Scepter, Djed Pillar and Ankh, usually a symbol of Ptah, atop His staff. Egypt- Amulet in the shape of an ankh, BC.

EGYPT BOTTLE FAIENCE    Faience flask, Egyptian, found at Vulci, ancient Etruria (now in Lazio, Italy), c625-c550 BC. This flask has a decorated rim and neck and a pair of antelope-head handles. There are hieroglyphic inscriptions on the shoulders, expressing New Year greetings to the owner.  British Museum, London, Great Britain

EGYPT BOTTLE FAIENCE Faience flask, Egyptian, found at Vulci, ancient Etruria (now in Lazio, Italy), c625-c550 BC. This flask has a decorated rim and neck and a pair of antelope-head handles. There are hieroglyphic inscriptions on the shoulders, expressing New Year greetings to the owner. British Museum, London, Great Britain

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