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Faience bowl, Dynasty XIX, New Kingdom, Egypt; British Museum

Inlays in the form of the "Horus of Gold", falcon with spread wings and Thoth as the ibis with a maat feather. Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 4th century B.C. Geography: Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) Medium: Faience, polychrome. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel Period:Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12–18 Date:ca. 1981–1425 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Faience

Made out of a ceramic resin, the textured finish resembles the natural look of stone. Oval Chocolate Dimensions: 3"l x 3"w x 4"h

Glazed Dish Found at Enkomi, Cyprus in a tomb Made in Egypt 1340-1200 BC Late Cypriot II Faience dish; Egyptian or Egyptianising decoration. Decorated in black paint with a man punting a papyrus boat...