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>>BC1274 Egypt. charioteer
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Subject: chariot archer
Culture: New Kingdom Egyptian
Setting: imperial warfare, Egypt 1570-1085 BC
Object: jewelry







* King Tut Museum
"These necklaces are made from a variety of stones chosen for their rich colors.  Quartz, lapis lazuli, and amethyst are among the semiprecious stones that adorned the king's neck.
    "The necklaces themselves are in a floral motif symbolizing the Egyptian seasons and the vegetation."

* King Tut Museum
"These necklaces are made from a variety of stones chosen for their rich colors. Quartz, lapis lazuli, and amethyst are among the semiprecious stones that adorned the king's neck.
    "The necklaces themselves are in a floral motif symbolizing the Egyptian seasons and the vegetation."





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​* Allard Pierson Museum > Egypte
"Gereconstrueerde halsketting met o.a. een rij met de god Bes, op een tamboerijn slaande, en een rij met Bes in vooraanzicht, verder planten en vruchten.
Faience ...
Amuletten, faience; baviaan ..., Bes ..., ring met de naam Achnaton ..."