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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.

Rare Egyptian Artifacts | Ancient Egyptian scarab made from the rare semi-precious stone lapis ...

Ancient Egyptian scarab made from the rare semi-precious stone lapis lazuli. In ancient Egypt Lapis Lazuli was a favorite stone for amulets and ornaments such as scarabs; the Sumerians, Akkadians,.

Right Bracelet of Psusennes I- Egypt, After the New Kingdom.

Tut Exhibit - King Tutankhamun Exhibit, Collection: Jewelry - Necklace of the Sun on the Eastern Horizon representing King Tutankhamun

Pectoral Featuring Nut.  King Tutankhamun Exhibit, Collection: Jewelry

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

King Tut Sarcophagus | Jewelry from King Tuts Tomb

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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

Material: Gold, Lapis Lazuli and Glass Paste Size: Height 37.5 cm; Width: 19 cm; Depth 1.2 cm Location: Tanis, Tomb of Psusennes I, Grave ...

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 .

♔ Ancient Egyptian scarab

Tutankhamun scarab treasure : Ancient Egyptian Winged Scarab, 1323 BC, discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Pectoral of Princess Sit-Hathor-yunet (detail), Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, ca. 1887–1813 B.C.
Egyptian. This pectoral is a superb example of the technical skill and artistry of Middle Kingdom jewelers. It was made using the cloisonné technique in which 372 carefully cut pieces of semiprecious stone were set into metal cells. The pectoral’s owner was Princess Sit- Hathor- yunet, who seems to have lived from the reign of Senwosret II into that of Amenemhat III of Dynasty 12.

Pectoral of Princess Sit-Hathor-yunet (detail), Middle Kingdom, Dynasty reigns of Senwosret II–Amenemhat III, ca. From Lahun Gold

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Nubian shield ring with the god Sebiumeker, likely a guardian god. Found in the Tomb of Amanishakhete, in Meroë, Sudan, dated to the century BCE.

Trône de Toutankhamon

I find this more amazing than his ornate sarcophagus and death mask, for he sat in this while his earthly self was alive. ~ Throne of King Tutankhamun, Archeological Museum, Cairo, Egypt.