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Egyptian gold amulet

Egyptian gold amulet

Egypt | Pendant served as a protective amulet.  This is a so called 'aegis' shape; the head of a divinity combined with a wide collar | 1070 - 525 BC | Cast Gold

Egypt | Pendant served as a protective amulet. This is a so called 'aegis' shape; the head of a divinity combined with a wide collar | 1070 - 525 BC | Cast Gold

Hollow Cylindrical Amulet:Medium: Gold  Place Collected: Saqqara, Egypt  Dates: ca. 1938-1759 B.C.E.  Dynasty: XII Dynasty  Period: Middle Kingdom

Hollow Cylindrical Amulet:Medium: Gold Place Collected: Saqqara, Egypt Dates: ca. 1938-1759 B.C.E. Dynasty: XII Dynasty Period: Middle Kingdom

Egyptian Armband  --  Gold  --  Inscribed, "Thutmose III."  --  Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Egyptian Armband -- Gold -- Inscribed, "Thutmose III." -- Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Amulet Egyptian (Artist) PERIOD 1200-736 BC (New Kingdom-early Third Intermediate) MEDIUM carnelian (Precious Stones & Gems)

Amulet Egyptian (Artist) PERIOD 1200-736 BC (New Kingdom-early Third Intermediate) MEDIUM carnelian (Precious Stones & Gems)

Amulet of Bes Egyptian, Late Period, Dynasty 25–30, 760–332 B.C.

Amulet of Bes Egyptian, Late Period, Dynasty 25–30, 760–332 B.C.

Hematite amulet in form of head-rest: with a characteristically long narrow base, cylindrical support and curved neck rest. Roughly formed hieroglyphs incised along both long faces of the plinth actually contain an extremely garbled extract from Chapter 30B of the 'Book of the Dead', the heart scarab formula.       New Kingdom (?)     26th Dynasty (?)

Hematite amulet in form of head-rest: with a characteristically long narrow base, cylindrical support and curved neck rest. Roughly formed hieroglyphs incised along both long faces of the plinth actually contain an extremely garbled extract from Chapter 30B of the 'Book of the Dead', the heart scarab formula. New Kingdom (?) 26th Dynasty (?)

Fish [Egyptian; Lisht North, Tomb L847] (09.180.1182) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fish [Egyptian; Lisht North, Tomb L847] (09.180.1182) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Looooovvveeeee this necklace! Detail: It is Egyptian, over 3000 years old, and kept in the highly secured British Museum. Damn!

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Looooovvveeeee this necklace! Detail: It is Egyptian, over 3000 years old, and kept in the highly secured British Museum. Damn!

Taweret Egyptische Nijpaard Godin

Taweret Egyptische Nijpaard Godin

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