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*TUTANKHAMUNS TOMB KV62 ~  Although Howard Carter estimated that 60% of the jewlery was stolen when the tomb was robbed shortly after the death of King Tutankhamun's the remainder show the high standard of the Jewelry originally in the tomb.

Tutankhamun's Tomb and Treasures. Found in king tuts tomb. The blonde in the pic.

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An ancient Egyptian gold, silver and glass jewelry clasp with a cartouche of Pharaoh Tutankhamun& throne name at the centre, topped by a combined crescent and full moon and guarded by a pair of uraei.

Pectoral de Tutankhamón. Esta pieza fue localizada sobre la momia del monarca, junto con un conjunto magnífico de joyas. El escarabajo alado y el nombre del monarca vuelven a ser aquí el centro de la composición, donde también encuentra relevancia la simbología lunar. Foto en T.G. HENRY JA MES, Tutankamón, Barcelona, 2001, p. 218.

Pectoral of Tutankhamen. This piece was located on the mummy of the king, along with a magnificent set of jewelery. The winged scarab + the name of the monarch here are again the center of the composition, Barcelona, 2001

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Pectoral of Shoshenq II, Dynasty This gold pectoral was found hanging down from the neck of the mummy of King Sheshonq II which was laid to rest in a grave in the Tomb of Psusennes I in Tanis .

Found in artifacts dating to the predynastic Naqada II (3500-3100 BC) time period throughout the rest of ancient Egypt’s long history, lapis lazuli appears to have been one of the most popular gem stones in the ancient culture.   Known as KHESBED, the stone was used in jewelry, in effigies, in amulets, and even in medicines

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Exquisite Pectoral made of gold inlaid with silver, glass and semiprecious stones. It depicts Tutankhamun with the god Ptah and his wife, the goddess Sekhmet.

Pectoral of Ahoshenk II, gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli, feldspar; H. 7.7cm; H. 21st Dynasty.

Credit: pectoral of Shoshenk II / Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt / The Bridgeman Art Library

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Two of the bracelets found on Tutankhamun's arms. The massive rigid hinged gold example (a) has a cylinder of turquoise inset into a plaque smothered.

Pectoral Featuring Nut Nut is shown here as a woman with vulture's wings outspread to symbolize her function as a protectress. It is a role that she is often represented as performing on the underside of the lids of coffins. All around her body are hieroglyphic inscriptions, of which there are three in all. At the top are the king's throne and personal names, separated by the title "Lord of the Two Lands" followed by "The Great and Glorious Nut," and, beneath the wings of the goddess

Pectoral featuring Nut Nut (Goddess of the Sky) is shown here as a woman with vulture's wings outspread to symbolize her function as a protectress

Egyptian  Lapis and gold bracelet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. 1325 B.C.  Scanned  photograph taken from Tutankhamun:  His Tomb  and His Tr...

*EGYPT ~ Egyptian Lapis and gold bracelet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. 1325 B. Scanned photograph taken from Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Tr.

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