The Treasure of the Royal Tombs of Tanis (ca.1070-712 B.C.) - Cairo Egyptian Museum

The Treasure of the Royal Tombs of Tanis (ca.1070-712 B.C.) - Cairo Egyptian Museum

Cairo Egyptian Museum King Tutankhamen's Collection (ca.1350 B.C) Toutânkhamon  First floor - Section 3 Item 73 on 73 Ancient Egypt Jewel  Area related  Vallée des Rois (Egypte)

Cairo Egyptian Museum King Tutankhamen's Collection (ca.1350 B.C) Toutânkhamon First floor - Section 3 Item 73 on 73 Ancient Egypt Jewel Area related Vallée des Rois (Egypte)

ツタンカーメンの墓に隠し部屋か | ナショナルジオグラフィック日本版サイト

ツタンカーメンの墓に隠し部屋か | ナショナルジオグラフィック日本版サイト

Treasure recovered from Psusennses tomb, stored in Cairo Museum.

Treasure recovered from Psusennses tomb, stored in Cairo Museum.

ゆるふわ古代エジプト

ゆるふわ古代エジプト

With the arrival of Alexander the Great in Egypt in 332 BC, the Greek period began, also referred to as the Ptolemaic Period. This bracelet is from this period. Gold. Hollow cast, chasing and chisseled. In the Musée Royal de MARIEMONT.

With the arrival of Alexander the Great in Egypt in 332 BC, the Greek period began, also referred to as the Ptolemaic Period. This bracelet is from this period. Gold. Hollow cast, chasing and chisseled. In the Musée Royal de MARIEMONT.

ゆるふわ古代エジプト

ゆるふわ古代エジプト

Gold bracelet from the tomb of Psusennes I, one of 22 bracelets found on the king's arms

Gold bracelet from the tomb of Psusennes I, one of 22 bracelets found on the king's arms

gold egypt 表4人+中4人の計8神体制でファラオのモツを護送中

gold egypt 表4人+中4人の計8神体制でファラオのモツを護送中

Egypt | This collar is made up of disk/shaped beads of faience strung on a cord of an unidentified fiber, at each end of the collar is a larger yellow bead in the shape of a lotus blossom and the strings of the cord are knotted and tasseled. This collar is reminescent of necklaces called shebyu made of gold and awarded by the pharaoh to his subjects in recognition of valor in battle or some other special merit. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo. | © Sandro Vannini

Egypt | This collar is made up of disk/shaped beads of faience strung on a cord of an unidentified fiber, at each end of the collar is a larger yellow bead in the shape of a lotus blossom and the strings of the cord are knotted and tasseled. This collar is reminescent of necklaces called shebyu made of gold and awarded by the pharaoh to his subjects in recognition of valor in battle or some other special merit. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo. | © Sandro Vannini

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