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Palm of a Ceremonial Fan Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 1st–2nd century Geography: From Egypt Medium: Bronze, glass, gold
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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 Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 1st–2nd century Geography: From Egypt Medium: Bronze, glass, gold

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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.

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26th Dynasty, Egypt, Faïence, Naos-sistrum, reign of Amasis

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Seated Scribe, Egypt 1391 B.C.:
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Photo Detroit Institute of Arts Date: BCE Medium: Graywacke Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 2 in.

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Statue of Padimahes, priest of Bastet, with magical texts for healing, 30th Dynasty or early Ptolematic
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Chalice,Third intermediate period. Dynasty 22,ca 945-712 BC Egypt,made in faience
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Dynasty BCE Egypt,made in faience [Nut as the provider of the heavenly waters on the rest stop to Heaven with palm pillars of the firmament]

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Rhyton with a Horned-lion Protome, Persia, Achaemenid period, 5th to 4th centuries B.C, Materials Silver with vitreous paste inlays

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Canopic chest:Medium: Wood, painted Reportedly From: Saqqara, Egypt Dates: ca. 380-30 B.C.E. Dynasty: XXVI Dynasty (or later) Period: Late Period-Ptolemaic Period

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.

Fig. 24. Cuchara para ungüentos Medina el-Gurob (1.300 a. C.).

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

Roman Bronze Panther Statuette Description: A cast statuette of a standing panther with head turned, on a rectangular base with four legs. Culture/Period: 2nd-3rd century AD

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Incredible Ancient Egyptian Wooden Box.  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(?)". This and more ancient art for sale on the CuratorsEye.com

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Base for a Cross  Date:11th century Geography:Made in Constantinople or Asia Minor ? Culture:Byzantine Medium:Copper alloy, cast, filed, reamed, and scraped Dimensions:Overall: 5 x 1 15/16 x 2 1/16 in. (12.7 x 4.9 x 5.2 cm); Top (Diameter-Top exterior): 1 1/16in. (2.7cm)

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1. a) Ancient egyptian sandals made with gold. These were most likely made for the after life; since the ancient egyptians believed they could take things to the after life. The egyptians used gold in almost all aspects of their decorations and majority of the embellishments were lavish.

Upper class Egyptians wore leather sandals, while the lower class were mostly walking barefoot. These sandals are made with gold.

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