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October 29 2013

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Ancient Egypt. Faience Eye of Horus amulet, an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection and good health, one of the most common amulets worn in Ancient Egypt, with painted black lines and covered in green glaze. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty.

September 16 2013

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Ancient Egypt. Wooden, arch-shaped panel, part of a sarcophagus, depicting an Egyptian figure rowing a boat, with five rows of vertical hieroglyphs, decorative geometric designs, and an Eye of Horus at the top. Shades of orange, deep red, deep yellow and black. 26th Dynasty, 663-525 BC

September 04 2013

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Ancient Egyptian, glazed terracotta bowl with painted designs and an Eye of Horus on the inside center of the bowl. 

1570-1342 BC.

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May 28 2013

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Ancient Egyptian brown limestone heart scarab with a winged beetle, an Eye of Horus, a bird and the sun God Ra on the top. Three columns of various Egyptian symbols on the bottom. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC

May 21 2013

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Ancient Egyptian  black limestone statue of Anubis, the jackal-headed God who presided over mummification and accompanied the dead to the hereafter. Ptolemaic.
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Ancient Egyptian limestone statue of a seated cat. Depicted here with a collar, a cartouche on each side, an Eye of Horus on the chest and an Ushabti between its front legs. Cats were revered by the ancient Egyptians as they were viewed as the sacred animal of the Sun God Ra. 26th Dynasty.

April 12 2013

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Limestone carving with a winged insect at the top, a cartouche with a beetle in the center and an Eye of Horus, the ancient Egyptian symbol of protection at the bottom. Traces of green, red and yellow. Light earthen patina. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty. 1570-1342 BC (8 1/2" x 5").

July 06 2012

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Sadigh Gallery Ancient Egyptian Amulets #703

Faience Eye of Horus amulets. 663-304 BC. 1/2" - 3/4.
     

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