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An Egyptian green schist two fingers amulet. Late Dynastic Period, circa 664-332 B.C.

An Egyptian green schist two fingers amulet, late dynastic period, circa 664 - 332 B.

Amulet Representing Two Fingers. Egypt, said to be from the area of Memphis. Ptolemaic Period, 332–30 B.C.E. Obsidian, 3/8 x 7/8 x 3 1/4 in. (1 x 2.2 x 8.3 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 74.158

Brooklyn Museum: Body Parts: Ancient Egyptian Fragments and Amulets

Fragment of a limestone funerary stele with a disk and a crescent, 2nd half of the 6th century B.C. Cypriot culture. Limestone. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 (74.51.2876). #CosmicWonders

Fragment of a limestone funerary stele with a disk and a crescent, half of the century B. Cypriot culture - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription,

Faience wall tiles from the funerary apartment of King Djoser in the step pyramid at Saqqara. Made in Egypt, c.2690-2670 BC (source).

Love the colors.Faience wall tiles from the step pyramid at Saqqara, Egypt, circa 2690 to 2670 BCE. The tiles were strung together and plastered onto the walls in the funerary apartment of King Djoser.

Wedjat Eye Amulet | Third Intermediate Period | The Met. : Third Intermediate Period Date: ca. 1070–664 B.C. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Faience, aragonite

Wedjat eye amulets were among the most poular amulets of ancient Egypt. The wedjat eye represents the healed eye of the god Horus and embodies healing power as well as regeneration and protection in general

Sumerian Carved Shell Amuletic Pendant / Late Uruk Period – circa 3100 – 2900 BCE / 4 cm by 2 cm

An Ancient Sumerian Carved Shell Amuletic Pendant Late Uruk Period – circa 3100 – 2900 BC Size : 4 cm high, 2 cm wide, 1 cm deep – ins high, ¾ ins wide, ⅓ ins deep

Footprint of the Buddha. Sikri, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province 2nd–3rd century CE. Schist H. 37 x W. 19 11/16 x D. 1 3/4 in. (94 x 50 x 4.5 cm). Lahore Museum, G-124  The footprint of the Buddha (buddhapada) was one of the earliest symbols used in Buddhist art. It stands for his former physical presence and is an object of profound veneration. The swastikas at the tips of the toes and the omega symbol on the heel are auspicious symbols. The central wheel represents the Buddhist doctrine.

mianoti: Footprint of the Buddha. Schist H. 37 x W. Lahore Museum, The footprint of the Buddha.

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD OXYRHYNCHUS FISH AMULET   LATE NEW KINGDOM-LATE PERIOD, CIRCA 1150-350 B.C.

An Egyptian gold Oxyrhynchus fish amulet. Late new Kingdom - Late Period, circa 1150 - 350 BC.

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