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Heart scarab pendant, inscribed on reverse with chapter 26 of the Book of the Dead, from the tomb of General Wen Djeba En Djed, senior official of Psusennes I
Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: two feet
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Amulet of a Djed Column - Late Period, Dynasties 26–31 (664–332 BC) - Egyptian - Artist: Ancient Egyptian, Origin: Egypt, Date: 664 BC–332 BC, Medium: Faience
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Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: remains of a big statue of god Anubis
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Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: remaining of a statue af a King
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Head of the Pharaoh Teos, 4th century BC. Teos, the second pharaoh of the 30th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, ruled from 362 until 360 BC
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Egyptian civilization, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI. Gold amulet portraying Horus. From Baharia, Giza, Tomb of Governor Djed Khonsu-Iwf-Ankh
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Pair of rings, Ancient Egyptian, 21st dynasty, c1039-991 BC. From the tomb of General Wen-Djeba-En-Djed, senior official of Pharaoh Psusennes I
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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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Pair of Djed-Pillar Amulets, 380-30 BC. Creator: Unknown
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Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: remains of a big statue of god Anubis
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Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: a detail of a stele of the king Nebmaatra Sethi I
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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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Pair of Djed-Pillar Amulets, 380-30 BC. Egypt, Dynasty 30 to Ptolemaic Dynasty. Gray-green faience; overall: 3.1 cm (1 1/4 in.)
Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: a capital in form of an open papyrus flower
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Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Merenptah (Baenra Meriamon) XIX° dyn. son of Ramses II the Great: remaining of a statue af the king with is regalia
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Stemmed drinking bowl in the shape of a lotus flower, the petals made alternately of gold and electrum
Amulet: Djed Column, Late Period, Dynasty 26–29, 664–332 B.C., From Egypt, Faience, H. 12 cm (4 3/4 in)
The Djed-pillar symbolic to both the living and the dead
Lapis lazuli amulet of a walking ram, symbol of the god Amun, with gold solar disc crown, base and shrine case

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