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Necklace or collar of gold consisting of four rows of rings threaded on a pad of fibre: Ancient Egyptian, from Qurna, Thebes, 2nd Intermediate Period, 17th Dynasty, c.1585-1545 BC

Necklace or collar of gold consisting of four rows of rings threaded on a pad of fibre: Qurna, Thebes, Dny 17 ca BC

Broad Collars. Egypt, dynasty 18, reign of Thutmose III. From the tomb of the three minor wives of Thutmose III in the Wady Gabbanat el-Qurud,Thebes

Egypt, dynasty reign of Thutmose III. From the tomb of the three minor wives of Thutmose III in the Wady Gabbanat el-Qurud,Thebes

A close up view of the necklace that belonged to Pharaoh Psusennes I, from the treasures of Tanis

Gold necklace of Psusennes I (detail), Dynasty XXI, Intermediate period, Tanis // The center plaque shows a winged sun-disc and the cartouches of the king. The goddess Mut sits to one side, while Amun sits to the other.

ring, scarab seal depicting child holding a scorpion, gold and steatite, Egyptian, Middle Kingdom (Second Intermediate Period), 1710-1550 BCE

Ring, scarab seal depicting child holding a scorpion, gold and steatite, Egyptian, Middle Kingdom (Second Intermediate Period) BC

Ptah Statue,A statue like this would have been housed in a wooden shrine; when the shrine doors were open, the statue might have been the recipient of offerings and incense or the focus of ritual chants and music. When its period of use was over, the still sacred statuette would be deposited in a cache within the temple walls.The statuette is remarkable for its beauty and size, state of preservation, elaborate manufacture provisions, and its demonstrable date to the Third Intermediate…

Ptah Statue Period: Third Intermediate Period Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Bronze, gold leaf, glass

Turquoise Faience Ring With Aegis of Nepthys  --  945-715 BCE  --  Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22  --  The Cleveland Museum of Art

Turquoise Faience Ring With Aegis of Nepthys -- BCE -- Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22 -- The Cleveland Museum of Art

"Abstract Elephant" Shona Sculpture- Mother and child with a beautiful range of flecks, speckles and colours  brought out of the stone with the final wax and polish process.Shona artists are well known for their stone sculptures and are typically called "Shona" sculptures. 30% of net profits go back to three Zimbabwean charities.

"Abstract Elephant" Shona Sculpture

"Abstract Elephant" Shona Sculpture- Mother and child with a beautiful range of flecks, speckles and colours brought out of the stone with the final wax and polish process.Shona artists are well known for their stone sculptures and are typically called "

Geb: Son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth. Even so, Geb guided the dead to heaven and he gave them meat and drink.images show him lying underneath his wife (Nut, goddess of the sky) and his father (Shu, god of the air). He reclines on one elbow with a knee and arm in the air. In this way he symbolized the valleys and hills of the land, which was called "The House of Geb." X

Geb was the son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth.

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