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An Egyptian turquoise glass male head inlay. Probably Ptolemaic, circa 3rd-1st Centuries B.C.

Virtual Artifacts An Egyptian turquoise glass male head inlay. Probably Ptolemaic, circa Centuries B.

Apis Bull, 400-100 BC Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, Ptolemaic Dynasty or earlier  serpentinite, Overall

Apis Bull, BC Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, Ptolemaic Dynasty or earlier serpentinite, Overall

Cult image of the God Ptah [Egyptian] (2007.24) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ancient Egyptian lapis-lazuli cult image of the God Ptah. (©Metropolitan Museum of Art) [LilasEgypte, ♥♥♥ Egyptologie says :] in Ancient Egypt, Ptah is the only green God.

Actually this Egyptian glass snake head is not part of an amulet, rather it is the facial part of a uraeus,  That would have adorned the head of a God or Goddess statue. Amarna Period, ca. 1353 – 1336 BC

An Egyptian glass snake head amulet, Amarna Period, ca. 1353 – 1336 BC

Mummy from Inamonnefnebu  RMO AMM 1,195, also listed as Leiden 15, AMM 1

Mummy of Inamonnefnebu,Thebes, Egypt, BC. A blue faience cylinder bead net covers the underlying shroud.

Inlay in the form of Qebehsenuef  305-30 B.C.E.    Ptolemaic Dynasty    Glass  H: 7.0 cm  Egypt

Inlay in the form of Qebehsenuef B. Ptolemaic Dynasty Glass H: cm Egypt:

AN EGYPTIAN ROCK CRYSTAL BOWL   EARLY DYNASTIC, DYNASTY I, CIRCA 3000-2750 B.C.   With flaring convex sides and inward-folded rim, on a flat base, the interior with circular countersunk recess  4¾ in. (12 cm.) diam., 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm.) high

AN EGYPTIAN ROCK CRYSTAL BOWL EARLY DYNASTIC, DYNASTY I, CIRCA 3000-2750 B.C. With flaring convex sides and inward-folded rim, on a flat base, the interior with circular countersunk recess 4¾ in. (12 cm.) diam., 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm.) high

Egyptian, Late Period, 26th Dynasty                 (664 - 525 BC)            Amulet in the Shape of a Falcon664–525 BC

Amulet in the Shape of a Falcon. Carved from black and white piece of stone. Egyptian, Late Period, Dynasty (circa 664 - 525 B.

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