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Middle East Travelling: Middle Eastern ancient jewelry. 3rd and 2nd millennia BC.

Sarmatian Gold Diadem with Garnet, Glass, Almandine, Pearls, and Turquoise; From the Khokhlach Burial Mound century AD

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 with applied wire and granulation. The other (b) has a flexible strap of gold and glass beads attached to a circular gold plaque, also highly decorated, with a central lapis lazuli inset.     From the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings,     W. Thebes. 18th Dynasty (1334-1325 B.C.)

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.

King and dragons:Bactrian gold, 1st century BCE, Bactria, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum

Pair of Gold Pendants With Turquoise, Garnet, Lapis Lazuli, Carnelian & Pearls Showing The “Dragon Master,” From The Second Quarter of The First Century A. Found At Tillya Tepe In Northern Afghanistan.

Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures From Ancient Ukraine

Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures From Ancient Ukraine, Greco-Scythian gold artifact

Egyptian shield ring worn by Nubian queen Amanishakheto. Winged gosdess Nut with ram head. Surface with enamel

The Treasures of Nubian Queen Amanishakheto. A shield ring showing the winged goddess Mut and a rams head crown. Gold with fused glass (enamel). The godesses look vaguely like the mercy seat on the ark of the covenant

Ancient Greek crown Pontika (now Ukraine) 300 BCE. It is formed in a Heracles knot.

*POMPEII, ITALY
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