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Tom Butler
Tom Butler • 2 years ago

Gold Shebyu collar: consisting of four rows of gold rings threaded on a pad of fibre. Qurna burial,Egyptian,17th-18th dynasty, 250 years before Tutankhamen was buried.

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Necklace or collar of gold consisting of four rows of rings threaded on a pad of fibre: Ancient Egyptian, from Qurna, Thebes, 2nd Intermediate Period, 17th Dynasty, c.1585-1545 BC

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