Ancient Egyptian Jewelry
A pectoral with three scarab beetles clasped to a necklace (partly shown) which was discovered from the intact KV62 tomb of Tutankhamun. This jewellry depicts Scrab Beetles or Khepri, pushing the sun. It is one of the treasures found from Tutankhamun’s tomb who ruled during the 18th dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom.
Upper arm jewelry from Queen Amanishakheto from the pyramid (N6) in Meroe, Sudan. The bracelet consists of two halves that are joined hinges are covered with representations of gods. The ornamentation of the bracelet surfaces formed by small-driven figures (uraeus, rosettes) and patterns in cloisonné work. The center of the ram's head of Amun is in front of a chapel.