Stock Photo - 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. The stones are inscribed with the wedjat eye, the wounded and restored eye of Horus, to benefit the wearer in the afterlife. The re-used lapis lazuli ring was originally made for the 20th dynasty Pharaoh Rameses IX. From the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Stock Photo: 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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