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Egypt for Kids: Ponder This Photo: Ancient Egyptian Sandals - Do they look comfortable?- What sort of person wore them? - Where did they go wearing them? - Where did they buy them, in a market? Or were they custom ordered? - Use your imagination to travel back in time!

Egypt for Kids: Ponder This Photo: Ancient Egyptian Sandals - Do they look comfortable?- What sort of person wore them? - Where did they go wearing them? - Where did they buy them, in a market? Or were they custom ordered? - Use your imagination to travel back in time!

Egypt - Greco-Roman Period 605–30 B.C. - a) plain matwork sandal with thong, some damage to sole b) plain matwork sandal, perfect condition

Egypt - Greco-Roman Period 605–30 B.C. - a) plain matwork sandal with thong, some damage to sole b) plain matwork sandal, perfect condition

Bracelet of Psusennes I the third king of the 21st dynasty.  Psusennes I's precise reign length is unknown because different copies of Manetho's records credit him with a reign of either 41 or 46 years. Psusennes I must have enjoyed cordial relations with the serving High Priests of Amun in Thebes during his long reign since the High Priest Smendes II donated several grave goods to this king which were found in Psusennes II's tomb.

Bracelet of Psusennes I the third king of the 21st dynasty. Psusennes I's precise reign length is unknown because different copies of Manetho's records credit him with a reign of either 41 or 46 years. Psusennes I must have enjoyed cordial relations with the serving High Priests of Amun in Thebes during his long reign since the High Priest Smendes II donated several grave goods to this king which were found in Psusennes II's tomb.

Collar detail of the linen tunic. Tomb of architect Kha TT8 at Deir el-Medina. 18th dynasty.

Collar detail of the linen tunic. Tomb of architect Kha TT8 at Deir el-Medina. 18th dynasty.

Collar menat. Collar ritual, de cuentas; lo que le da identidad es el contrapeso (menat), en bronce, que también sirve como mango.  Usado como ofrenda por las sacerdotisas de la diosa de la fertilidad, Hator, o como instrumento musical ritual.  En el menat suele representarse a la diosa Hator (con orejas de vaca)

Collar menat. Collar ritual, de cuentas; lo que le da identidad es el contrapeso (menat), en bronce, que también sirve como mango. Usado como ofrenda por las sacerdotisas de la diosa de la fertilidad, Hator, o como instrumento musical ritual. En el menat suele representarse a la diosa Hator (con orejas de vaca)

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