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Un fragmento de corona similar a la anterior, pero que en este caso se trata de una pieza egipcia y fechada en los años de Imperio Nuevo: Del 1370 al 1300 a.C.. Pertenece al Museo de El Cairo (al que agradecemos nos permita divulgar su imagen) y su parecido con las diademas que siglos más tarde proliferan entre las damas y reinas en el mundo ibérico,

Un fragmento de corona similar a la anterior, pero que en este caso se trata de una pieza egipcia y fechada en los años de Imperio Nuevo: Del 1370 al 1300 a.C.. Pertenece al Museo de El Cairo (al que agradecemos nos permita divulgar su imagen) y su parecido con las diademas que siglos más tarde proliferan entre las damas y reinas en el mundo ibérico,

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Signet ring of Horemheb, the last pharaoh of the Dynasty of Egypt. Louvre Museum, Paris www.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/ring-horemheb (other side)

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.

Musée du Louvre : Bague-sceau au nom du roi Horemheb

Scorpion - Signet ring on behalf of King Horemheb / zegelring met schorpioen

Golden Scythian earrings, 4th century B.C

Golden Scythian bed hangings Photo: Golden Skythian bed hangings, C BC. Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, Kiev.

King Tutankhamun's Gold Sandals and Nail Guards. 18th dynasty, ancient Egypt.

Structure(functionality)/Color/Embellishment - Tutankhamun Gold Sandals and Nail Guards

Wig from one of Tuthmoses minor wifes grave. Upper class people shaved their heads because of the | Amazing Places

*EGYPT ~ Wig from one of Tuthmoses minor wifes grave. Upper class people shaved their heads because of the heat. In public, they wore wigs. Under the wigs were cones of scent, which melted and made the wearer smell good instead of sweaty.

roman fibulae: clasps or brooches for fastening garments (like a safety pin)

A fibula (/ˈfɪbjʊlə/, plural fibulae /ˈfɪbjʊli/) is a brooch or pin for fastening garments. The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle.

The Mallia Bee Pendant was recovered from a looted Minoan tomb on the Mediterranean island of Crete. Made of gold, the bee iconography of this piece is a testament to the importance of bees to society in the Late Bronze Age.

Minoan Bees Jewel Herakleion Archaeological Museum Gold Bee Pendant Cast gold found at Chrysolakos at Malia. The two bees are taking a drop of honey to the hive. metalworking BC “Bees of Malia” photo by Wolfgang Sauber

Collar de plata y turquesas encontrado en la tumba de Tutankamón

Contemporary replica of an ancient Egyptian Turquoise Necklace in the Cairo Museum.

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