This palm (joining piece) of a ceremonial fan depicts a royal baldachin atop an umbel, the flower section of the papyrus plant. On the back of the palm are sockets for three ostrich plumes, and the lower end is made to fit onto a long staff
Palm of a Ceremonial Fan Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 1st–2nd century Geography: From Egypt Medium: Bronze, glass, gold
Palm of a Ceremonial Fan | Roman Period | The Met
Palm of a Ceremonial Fan Period: Roman Period Date: A. century Geography: From Egypt Medium: Bronze, glass, gold Dimensions: Height: 4 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Edward S.
Canopic chest A canopic chest could be used to hold the jars for mummified internal organs.Medium: Wood, painted Reportedly From: Saqqara, Egypt Dates: ca. Dynasty: XXVI Dynasty (or later) Period: Late Period-Ptolemaic Period,Egyptian.
Cosmetic Spoon, Grub el-Medina BC) - found in an ancient Egyptian village which was home to the artisans who worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings during the to dynasties of the New Kingdom period
Egypt, Dynasty, ca. 662 to 525 BCE. Stunning wooden box covered in polychrome gesso with four major panels dedicated to Osiris, Anubis (twice), and Khepri. The box was made for Lady "Setja-imen-kewai(?
Limestone Cat Statue Ancient Egypt, Dynasty BC Brown limestone seated cat, with a smaller cat seated in the front, on a base with hieroglyphs. Cats were sacred to the ancient Egyptians because of their hostility towards snakes.