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8-3 C. BCE. Phoenician Gold Amulet Hollow Case. The  cap is the Lion head of Sekhmet  topped by a sun-disc with uraeus. Tharros, Sardinia.

ancientpeoples: “ Amulet BC Phoenician Gold amulet-case in two parts; the lion head of Sekhmet in full relief, surmounted by sun-disc and uraeus and wearing a collar. (Source: The British.

Painted and gilded cartonnage, with inlaid glass mummy mask. Roman Imperial Period. A.D. 1–50 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Painted and gilded cartonnage,with inlaid glass mummy mask. Museum of Fine Arts,Boston.

Bat Amulet of Hapiankhtifi | Middle Kingdom | The Met Dynasty:Dynasty 12 Date:ca. 1981–1802 B.C. Geography:From Egypt, Middle Egypt, Meir (Mir), Tomb of Hapiankhtifi, Mummy, Khashaba excavations Medium:Wood, gold leaf Dimensions:h. 13.2 cm (5 3/16 in); w. 8.8 cm (3 7/16 in)

Bat Amulet of Hapiankhtifi Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca…

EGYPTIAN POLYCHROMED CARTONNAGE MUMMY MASK with gold face, gilded stucco diadem of raised hieroglyphics around the brow, blue tripartite headcloth, with decorated lappets, and a broad beaded collar. Fine style. Later Ptolemaic Period, 2nd-1st Century BC

EGYPTIAN POLYCHROMED CARTONNAGE MUMMY MASK with gold face, gilded stucco diadem of raised hieroglyphics around the brow, blue tripartite headcloth, with decorated lappets, and a broad beaded collar. Fine style. Later Ptolemaic Period, 2nd-1st Century BC

Scarabs on both tits

Copper alloy hollow cast statue of the priestess Takushit at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

Detail of Mummy Mask of a Woman Wearing a Flower Garland--Meir, Egypt

View Stock Illustration of Divinity Taking On Form Of Bird Prey Decorative Detail Of Female Funerary Mask Painted Plaster From Meir Egyptian Civilization Roman Empire Century.

Divinity, decorative detail of a funerary mask, gilded and painted cartonnage, 42x26x40 cm. Egyptian Civilisation, Roman Empire, 1st century.  Cairo, ...

Divinity, decorative detail of a funerary mask, gilded and painted cartonnage…

British Museum - Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek  Perhaps from Sais, Egypt 26th Dynasty, around 630 BC   The northern vizier of Egypt   This is the sarcophagus of Sasobek, the vizier (prime minister) of the northern part of Egypt in the reign of Psammetichus I (664-610 BC). It may have been found in Sais, the city from which Psammetichus' family came.

British Museum - Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek Perhaps from Sais, Egypt…

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