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Red Jasper Head. Egyptian Period : New Kingdom, 1295-1070 B.C.

Red Jasper Head. Egyptian Period : New Kingdom, 1295-1070 B.C.

Head of a Leopard with the Name of Hatshepsut  --  Circa 1479-58 BCE  --  Egypt, Dynasty 18  --  Red Jasper  --  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Head of a Leopard with the Name of Hatshepsut -- Circa BCE -- Egypt, Dynasty 18 -- Red Jasper -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III

A Cloisonne Gold, Lapis Lazuli, and Red Jasper Plaque, 12th Dynasty, 1938-1759 B.C.

A Cloisonne Gold, Lapis Lazuli, and Red Jasper Plaque, Dynasty, B.

Egyptian reclining bull. Wood with gesso and paint. Said to be from North Saqqara. Ptolemaic Period, 305-30 BC. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.

Wood with gesso and paint. Said to be from North Saqqara. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.

Mask of Iineferty. Egypt ca. 1279–1213 B.C. Taken From the tomb of Sennedjem.

Mask of Iineferty Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Reign: reign of Ramesses II Date: ca.- Taken From the tomb of Sennedjem -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Upright Seated Cat Figurine, Egypt, Late Period - Ptolemaic Period (711 - 30 BCE), Bronze    Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view

Upright Seated Cat Figurine, Egypt, Late Period - Ptolemaic Period - 30 BCE), Bronze Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view

Cat head | Late Period–Ptolemaic Period 664–30 B.C.  | The Met

Cat head Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: copper alloy

Lion Head, 664-332 BC Egypt, Late Period, Dyansty 26 or later glassy faience, Overall - h:3.00 w:2.80 d:3.00 cm (h:1 1/8 w:1 1/16 d:1 1/8 inches).  Cleveland Museum of Art

Lion Head, BC Egypt, Late Period, Dyansty 26 or later glassy faience, Overall - cm inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

A 3,000-year-old mystery has finally been solved after researchers discovered how the world's most famous pharaoh, Tutankhamun, died.

King Tut died in a chariot accident: scientists

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