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A bracelet that belonged to King Tutankhamun and is one of many found in his tomb, It is made of gold with crocodile skin central ornament. It is similar to another bracelet found in the tomb with central green stone ornament. Egypt, 1325 B.C.

A bracelet that belonged to King Tutankhamun and is one of many found in his tomb, It is made of gold with crocodile skin central ornament. It is similar to another bracelet found in the tomb with central green stone ornament. Egypt, 1325 B.

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Two of the bracelets found on Tutankhamun's arms. The massive rigid hinged gold example (a) has a cylinder of turquoise inset into a plaque smothered.

Necklace with vulture pendant, found in Tutankhamun’s mummy suspended from his neck, representation of the vulture-goddess of Upper Egypt, Nekhbet; hieroglyphic sign for ‘eternity’ (shen) in the talons, gold encrusted with lapis lazuli and carnelian. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

grandegyptianmuseum: “ Necklace with vulture pendant, found in Tutankhamun’s mummy suspended from his neck, representation of the vulture-goddess of Upper Egypt, Nekhbet; hieroglyphic sign for ‘eternity’ (shen) in the talons, gold encrusted with.

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*EGYPTIAN ~ One of the many spectacular works of jewelry found with Tutankhamun during the excavation of the tomb by Howard Carter.

http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/5489/mittaniprincesskiyawife.jpg Interesting reconstruction of kiya from the alabaster canopic jars from tomb 55 No good site, just a russian forum of history

Interesting reconstruction of kiya from the alabaster canopic jars from tomb 55

Egyptian  Lapis and gold bracelet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. 1325 B.C.  Scanned  photograph taken from Tutankhamun:  His Tomb  and His Tr...

*EGYPT ~ Egyptian Lapis and gold bracelet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. 1325 B. Scanned photograph taken from Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Tr.

Detail of triple scarab pectoral from tomb of Tutankhamun

Why blue is the costliest colour - The colour blue has long been associated with the rich and divine, from the ancient Egyptians who discovered it to the Virgin Mary – though it is a little more accessible today

Floral collar from Tutankhamun's Embalming Cache, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Reign of Tutankhamun, ca. 1336-1327 B.C.

Floral collar from Tutankhamun's Embalming Cache Period:New Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 18 Reign:reign of Tutankhamun

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Mirror case with god Heh from tomb of Tutankhamun Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

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