The Gayer-Anderson Cat. Museum number Description Full: Front Hollow-cast bronze figure of a seated cat with incised detail, an inlaid silver sun-disc and wedjat-eye pectoral on the chest and golden earrings and nose-rings;
Ring, plaque Period: Third Intermediate Period or later Date: ca.
Necklace with vulture pendant, from the tomb of Tutankhamun BC) New Kingdom (gold encrusted with lapis lazuli and cornelian), Egyptian / Egyptian National Museum, Cairo
Culture:Egyptian Title: Vase bearing a cartouche of the pharaoh Bocchoris and hieroglyphicinscriptions Work Type: ceramics Date: c. 700 BC Material: faience, molded relief decoration Description: from Tarquinia, Tomb of Bocchoris; made in Egypt
The ba, our power to move, appears in Egyptian iconography as a bird with a…
Cat on base inscribed for Bastet and an offerer Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: From Egypt Medium: copper alloy Dimensions: L. Credit Line: Gift of Darius Ogden Mills, 1904 Accession Number:
*EGYPT ~ Gold ring with a bezel engraved with a head of Isis, Egypt, Ptolemaic, BC.
Red-figured water jar (hydria), attributed to the Lipari Painter Greek, about BC Made on Sicily or Lipari, Italy Two women at a tomb