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Ancient Egyptian Jewelry

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From Egypt: Amulet in the form of a died pillar. Made of wood and glass. New Kingdom 19th Dynasty, reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC). Found in the Valley of the Queens, tomb or Nefertari. Cairo Museum. Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Ancient Art, Cairo Museum, Made Of Wood, Reign, Queens, Jewellery, Glass, Egypt

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From Egypt: Amulet in the form of a died pillar. Made of wood and glass. New Kingdom 19th Dynasty, reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC). Found in the Valley of the Queens, tomb or Nefertari. Cairo Museum.

Tondo: panel picture of the family of Septimius Severus. Panel painting (mosaic / painting / use / painting). More specifically: around 200 AD. Tempera on wood. Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Tempera, Fresco, Mosaic, Coins, Roman, Pictures, Painting, Wood

Tondo: panel picture of the family of Septimius Severus. Panel painting (mosaic / painting / use / painting). Late 2nd century AD / early 3rd century AD. More specifically: around 200 AD. Location: Egypt. Tempera on wood. Diameter: 30.5 cm

Upper arm bracelet with the ram-headed god Amun in a shrine (Sudan / Nubia / Butana (area))Made of Gold; Glass flow (inlays), dark blue, light blue, red (multi-colored) 3 x 20 cm Dark Blue, Light Blue, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Arm Bracelets, Gold Glass, African Art, Flow, Belt, Accessories

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Upper arm bracelet with the ram-headed god Amun in a shrine (Sudan / Nubia / Butana (area))Made of Gold; Glass flow (inlays), dark blue, light blue, red (multi-colored) 3 x 20 cm

Head of Tutankhamun emerging from a lotus flowerAn unusual and appealing small head that is a masterpiece; it was found by Howard Carter at the entrance to King Tutankhamun’s tomb. The head is that of. Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Egypt Museum, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Costume, Egyptian Pharaohs, Valley Of The Kings, Ancient Mysteries

Head of Tutankhamun emerging from a lotus flower

Head of Tutankhamun emerging from a lotus flowerAn unusual and...

Gold Inlaid Pectoral of Queen Ahhotep; from Dra’ Abu el-Naga’, West Thebes. Second Intermediate Period, Dynasty, ca. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Symbols, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, European History, American History, Egypt Jewelry

Gold Inlaid Pectoral of Queen Ahhotep

Gold Inlaid Pectoral of Queen AhhotepThis inlaid pectoral is in...

“Necklace with floral pendants, with plaque on behalf of Pinedjem I, Dynasty (c. 1050 BC) gold inlaid with lapis lazuli - length 60 cm. Egypt Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Antique Jewelry, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Art, Louvre Paris, Temples, Long Pearl Necklaces

"Servir les Dieux d’Egypte" au musée de Grenoble - Alain.R.Truong

GRENOBLE.- La rentrée 2018 au musée de Grenoble a été marquée par une exposition événement consacrée à l’Égypte antique, réalisée...

Tanis Grab Psussenes A second pectoral of this type is similar to that described… Ancient Egypt Civilization, Kemet Egypt, Ancient Symbols, Ancient History, Egypt Jewelry, Gray Granite, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Alexander The Great, Gold Wire

Tanis Grab Psussenes

Tanis Grab Psussenes A second pectoral of this type is similar to that described above to the hair, but is not worked quite so masterfully. A big heart scarab with wings of blue gray granite hanging on a braided gold wire chain. The wings of the scarab are provided with colored inserts, red carnelian and deep dark blue lapis lazuli. At the small gold version of the lower edge of four additional elements are soldered.

Tanis Grab Psussenes This magnificent, ornate chest jewelry was in a silver coffin, which also still contained other pieces in beautiful gold work, directly on the mummy Psusennes I. The main issue is, as with the other pectorals, the rebirth of the sun - represented in the form of a winged scarab from green jasper - on her endless journey. He wears on his head the royal cartouche with the name "Psusennes, beloved of Amun" rather than the traditional solar disk and rests on a "shen-ring Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Art, Boho Jewelry, Jewelery, Egypt Travel, Alexander The Great, Gold Work, Archaeology, Egypt

Tanis Grab Psussenes

Tanis Grab Psussenes This magnificent, ornate chest jewelry was in a silver coffin, which also still contained other pieces in beautiful gold work, directly on the mummy Psusennes I. The main issue is, as with the other pectorals, the rebirth of the sun - represented in the form of a winged scarab from green jasper - on her endless journey. He wears on his head the royal cartouche with the name "Psusennes, beloved of Amun" rather than the traditional solar disk and rests on a "shen-ring

Tanis Grab Psussenes The first pectoral in openwork gold, with colorful inlays, height 12cm - was chosen to represent a small chapel above Hohlkehlenbekrönung with the traditional form. Despite the variety of details, which all relate to the king on the rebirth of the dead, the whole composition is harmonious and works through the broken work and the colorful cell technology extremely easy. Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Ancient Art, Monuments, Statues, Egypt Games, Egypt Jewelry, Virtual Art, Futuristic Art, Ancient Egypt

Tanis Grab Psussenes

Tanis Grab Psussenes The first pectoral in openwork gold, with colorful inlays, height 12cm - was chosen to represent a small chapel above Hohlkehlenbekrönung with the traditional form. Despite the variety of details, which all relate to the king on the rebirth of the dead, the whole composition is harmonious and works through the broken work and the colorful cell technology extremely easy.

Tanis Grab Psussenes The second pectoral Psusennes I is similar to that described above in some way. Again, the goddesses Isis and Nephthys lift (this time without wings arms) located in the middle of the winged scarab to heaven. "I came to your protection to be" announce the two goddesses. The scarab of lapis lazuli rises on the cartridge with the king named "Psusennes, beloved of Amun". I Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Egyptian Goddess, Egyptian Mythology, European History, American History, Mycenae

Tanis Grab Psussenes

Tanis Grab Psussenes The second pectoral Psusennes I is similar to that described above in some way. Again, the goddesses Isis and Nephthys lift (this time without wings arms) located in the middle of the winged scarab to heaven. "I came to your protection to be" announce the two goddesses. The scarab of lapis lazuli rises on the cartridge with the king named "Psusennes, beloved of Amun". I

Tanis Grab Psussenes Detail --f Goldkollier with royal cartouches Material: Gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli and green feldspar; Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Aliens, Egypt Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Monuments, Papyrus, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Art

Tanis Grab Psussenes

Tanis Grab Psussenes Detail --f Goldkollier with royal cartouches Material: Gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli and green feldspar; Height of the buckle 6,2 cm

Ring of Priest Sienamun Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 26 Date: Egypt Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Jewellery, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egyptian Art, Modern Egypt, African Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts, Priest

Ring of Priest Sienamun | Late Period | The Met

Ring of Priest Sienamun Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 26 Date: 664–525 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold

egypt-museum: “Bracelet of Queen Ahhotep IThis bracelet of Queen Ahhotep I is formed with two semicircles. Gold and lapis-lazuli were used to create its beautiful two-color decoration. Collier Antique, Egypt Jewelry, Egypt Museum, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Art Ancien, Long Pearl Necklaces, Egypt Art, Ancient Artifacts, Sea Glass Jewelry

Brazalete de Ahmosis Está formado por dos planchas de oro y lapislázuli, en forma de cilindro, unidas con bisagras. En él vemos a Ahmosis de rodillas recibiendo la realeza de Geb, el dios de la tierra. Pertenece al tesoro funerario de la reina Ahhotep, madre del faraón Ahmosis.

Bracelet of Ahhotep, mother of Pharaoh Amosis

Pablo PICASSO (1881-1973) Vallauris. - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong Pablo Picasso, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Brassai, Objects, Faces, Gems, Artists, Sculpture, Mood

Pablo PICASSO (1881-1973) Vallauris. - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong