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Egyptian period 1000-1500 BC

Egyptian period 1000-1500 BC

Oseberg Awl, a leather working tool design to stab holes in leather for a needle and thread to pass through the hole for stitching leather. An awl similar to this would have been used to create the leather work on shield facings, shield rims, guige straps and enarmes.

Oseberg Awl, a leather working tool design to stab holes in leather for a needle and thread to pass through the hole for stitching leather. An awl similar to this would have been used to create the leather work on shield facings, shield rims, guige straps and enarmes.

Glass Alabastron; Late Period, Dynasty XXVI / XXIX, 664–332 BC - Egypt

Glass Alabastron; Late Period, Dynasty XXVI / XXIX, 664–332 BC - Egypt

antique Moser perfume

antique Moser perfume

Roman Bath Pool With Mosaic - Museum of the Bardo Museum, Tunis (TUNISIA)

Roman Bath Pool With Mosaic - Museum of the Bardo Museum, Tunis (TUNISIA)

Art's The Answer!: Portugal does it best.......

Art's The Answer!: Portugal does it best.......

Hopi Pueblo Pottery | Native American Indian Art Pottery | Desert Pottery

Hopi Pueblo Pottery | Native American Indian Art Pottery | Desert Pottery

Arkosic Dead Sea sandstone tablet  describes repairs to Solomon's Temple by Joash who reigned about 839-799 BC and, in accord with this, carbon-14 dating by Israel's Geological Institute, under Shimon Ilani, has authenticated the inscription as being around 2,800 years old. The Institute's director, Amos Bean, reported that they had discovered flecks of gold burnt into the stone, indicating that it was probably in the Temple when the building was destroyed by invading Babylonians in about…

Arkosic Dead Sea sandstone tablet describes repairs to Solomon's Temple by Joash who reigned about 839-799 BC and, in accord with this, carbon-14 dating by Israel's Geological Institute, under Shimon Ilani, has authenticated the inscription as being around 2,800 years old. The Institute's director, Amos Bean, reported that they had discovered flecks of gold burnt into the stone, indicating that it was probably in the Temple when the building was destroyed by invading Babylonians in about…

Cosmetic Spoon, Grub el-Medina (1300 BC) Egypt

Cosmetic Spoon, Grub el-Medina (1300 BC) Egypt

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