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Amulets (string): Eye of Horus, Djed Pillars, Scarabs, Third Intermediate–Late Period (?) (about 1069–332 BC), Egyptian, Egypt, Faience, 1.1 × 1.6 × 0
The Djed-pillar symbolic to both the living and the dead
Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, part of the tomb of Mes (or Mose), from Saqqara. This tomb is very famous for its ""legal text""
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Djed Pillar Amulet, Late Period, Dynasty 26–29, 664–332 B.C., From Egypt, Faience, H. 1.9 cm (3/4 in), Djed pillar Faience The djed pillar is the symbol for...
Egyptian civilization. Faience amulet representing Djed pillar, symbol of stability and endurance, linked to god Osiris.  Bologna
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, statue of the god Ptah, seated on a throne, on top of stairs. In breccia stone. It was originally enveloped into a gold foil
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis, burial of king Chechonq II : Pectoral in the form of a temple pylon
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the tomb of Yuya and Thuya in Luxor : Djed pillar amulette, gilded wood, for Thuya
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Thèbes, West Bank, Kings Valley, Seti I tomb (KV17). Side room, front wall, left part, Book of Am-duat, djed-pillars and tyet-knots
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the tomb of Yuya and Thuya in Luxor : Wooden and gilded jewel box, showing a Djed pillar holding the cartouche of Amenhotep...
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the tomb of Yuya and Thuya in Luxor : Wooden and gilded jewel box, showing a Djed pillar holding the cartouche of Amenhotep...
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the tomb of Yuya and Thuya in Luxor : Mummy-shaped (third) coffin of Yuya, the foot shows Djed (stability) and Tit (Isis...
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, from the tomb of Khnumit, daughter of Amenemhat 2, Dashur : Large collar (Usekh collar) depicting beads and Ankh, Djed
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The Dendera light, controversially used by many as proof that the ancient egyptians had access to electricity in the crypt of the ancient Egyptian fertility and...
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Egypt, Dendera temple, in a crypt, strange scene called ""light bulb"", sometimes seen as a proof that Ancient Egyptians knew electricity
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Luxor Egypt Tomb of Nefertari Djed Pillar Adorned with Armlets and Bracelets Holding Crook and Flail of Royalty
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The Djed pillar a symbol in Ancient Egypt, representing stability. It is associated with the creator god Ptah and Osiris
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Valley of the Nobles, tomb of Menna. A beautiful trompe-l'oeil depicting openwork patterns
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Egypt, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, jewellery found in the royal necropolis of Tanis, burial of king Chechonq II : Pectoral in the form of a temple pylon
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The Djed pillar a symbol in Ancient Egypt, representing stability. It is associated with the creator god Ptah and Osiris

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