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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 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

The jewellery belonged to queen Amanishakheto who carried the title of ruler of the kingdom of Kush where she reign in the 1st century B.C. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Ancient Sudan: (Society for the Promotion of the Egyptian Museum Berlin) Jewelry from the tomb of Queen Amanishakheto in Meroe,Sudan

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Egypt - Land of the Gods and Pyramids

Lapis-Lazuli scarab ~ Ancient Egyptian jewel, probably a pendant.

Abutiu – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Osiris Egyptian God of the Underworld 1300 Of all the gods of Egypt Osiris God was the best known;

Bracelet of Tutankhamun collection. Museum of Cairo

Scarab bracelet ~ Egypt ~ Miks' Pics "Artsy Fartsy ll" board…

Pectoral Necklace, Dyn 19/ 20.  © Foto: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

*EGYPT ~ Pectoral Necklace -- Dynasty 19 or 20 -- Egyptian Museum -- Berlin, Germany

The vulture collar, the symbol of the protection of the goddess Nekhbet

Vulture collar: symbol of the protection of the goddess Nekhbet

Winged scarab (faience), Egyptian, Late Period (715-332 BC) / Private Collection / Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Winged scarab (faience), Egyptian, Late Period (715-332 BC) / Private Collection / Photo © Heini Schneebeli

This eye of Horus also has a crescent on it,, which supposedly relates to Baal. Baal is supposedly one of the gods featured in the disc above. I'm not sure if this is true, though worship of Baal and other Canaanite deities is recorded in ancient Egypt.

Ornament from King Tut's tomb. Notice the disk cradled within the crescent moon. Also, notice the image of the young king himself upon the disk.

Resultado de imagem para joias egipcias antigas

pendant, gold and stones/paste, Egyptian

Admire the statues and objects of "Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom" exhibit at the Met Museum #NYC

Pectoral with an Opposing Seth Animal and Hieracosphinx Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt; Probably from Dahshur Medium: Gold

Tutankhamun's bracelet ~ Miks' Pics "Ancient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

This sort of thing inspired the Victorian scarab craze.

Tanis Grab Psussenes Foot ring Psusennes - Front View     - Cairo JdE 85781 - Fund Number .: 600/601 - foot ring Psusennes - Rear View     - Cairo JdE 85781 -Fundnummer: 600/601 -  Material: gold, lapis lazuli and carnelian -

: - foot ring Psusennes - Rear View - Cairo JdE 85781 -Fundnummer: - Material: gold, lapis lazuli and carnelian -

Predynastic Egyptian ivory hair combs and hair pins from the Naqada culture. Handles are designed as symbolic motifs

afro-textured-art: “ Predynastic Egyptian ivory hair combs and hair pins from the Naqada culture. Handles are decorated with symbolic motifs. Photo Courtesy to Jon Bodsworth of the Egypt Archive.

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