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Egyptian Amulet of a cat  Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Ptolemaic Dynasty, 1550–30 B.C.

Egyptian Amulet of a cat Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty Ptolemaic Dynasty, B.

Faience amulet in the form of a cat

Faience amulet in the form of a cat Period: Late Dynastic–Hellenistic Date: B.

Necklace of ball beads and gold amulets Date: ca. 1550–1425 B.C. Medium: Gold over pitch, carnelian, lapis lazuli Carnelian Lapis-lazuli. Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Necklace of ball beads and gold amulets Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Ahmose–Thutmose III Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt, Upper Egypt;

eclecticacollecta:  A COLLECTION OF EGYPTIAN AMULETS NEW KINGDOM TO ROMAN PERIOD, 16TH CENTURY B.C.-2ND CENTURY A.D. Including thirteen scarabs of faience, steatite, and carnelian, some with motifs and inscriptions on their undersides; three heart amulets of haematite, carnelian and red jasper; a lapis lazuli vulture; an agate and a carnelian djed-pillar; a black stone facing head; a carnelian mano fica, a carnelian head, and a red jasper crouching deity; (via Pinterest)

A collection of Egyptian Scarabs and amulets, New Kingdom to the Roman period., circa Century A. Includes thirteen scarabs of faience, steatite, and semi- precious stones. made into a necklace most probably during the century.

Ancient Egyptian Amulets

Visit the world of ancient Egypt and read about ancient Talisman and Amulets. Discover fascinating facts and information about the Talisman and Amulets of ancient Egypt with images and pictures. Interesting facts about Egyptian Talisman and Amulets.

A LARGE EGYPTIAN FAIENCE WEDJAT-EYE AMULET LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, 664-343 B.C.

An ancient Egyptian faience wedjat eye, a symbol of wholeness and wellbeing, mounted in a modern gold setting. eye of Ra(Christie's)

Egyptian amulet A gold fish pendant, with a coloured stone as its body. This example is now in the British Museum in London.

*EGYPT ~ Egyptian amulet A gold fish pendant, with a coloured stone as its body. This example is now in the British Museum in London.

Toad Amulet - Late Period

Toad Amuleet Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Faience Dimensions: h. cm in) Credit Line: Gift of Helen Miller Gould, 1910 Accession Number:

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