Ancient Artifacts

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15 Repins at a Time, please. The images don't belong to me and most can be found many places - the research involved on many is my contribution. I hope you will follow my board and come back again. Thanks

Sasha Lambert
Hieroglyphics play an important role in understanding ancient Egyptian culture. One of the most commonly found and mysterious hieroglyphic symbols is known as the djed symbol. With the appearance of a pillar and three or more cross bars, there have been s Sacred Symbols, Egyptian Symbols, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Mayan Symbols, Viking Symbols, Viking Runes, Ancient Symbols

The sacred symbol of the Djed pillar

Hieroglyphics play an important role in understanding ancient Egyptian culture. One of the most commonly found and mysterious hieroglyphic symbols is known as the djed symbol.

New Kingdom - reign of Thutmose IV–Amenhotep III - ca. - This wooden game box has two playing surfaces and throw sticks that were used as counters for determining moves in the game. The top surface is laid out with twenty squares. The botto Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Medieval Games, Amenhotep Iii, Temples, Minoan, Old Games, Egyptian Art

Game Board ca. 1550–1295 B.C.E.New Kingdom - reign of Thutmose IV–Amenhotep III -- This wooden game box has two playing surfaces and throw sticks that were used as counters for determining moves in the game. The top surface is laid out with twenty squares. The bottom has thirty squares for the game "senet" (passing). In the New Kingdom, senet became associated with the underworld; the obstacles of the game corresponding to hazards met on the journey to the afterlife. Metropolitan Museum of…

A few more of these might sort out their crisis: Ancient Greek coin valued at a cool set for auction Worth big bucks: The obverse of the coin is stamped with the image of a Quadriga, or four horse chariot Ancient Greek Art, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, American History, Coin Art

A few more of these might sort out their crisis: Ancient Greek coin valued at a cool £2MILLION set for auction

The world's most expensive ancient coin has emerged for sale - for a cool £2million. This drachma was first struck 2,418 years ago. It has risen in value at nearly £1,000 a year since.

Fly pendant, Nubian Classic Kerma, B. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) African Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Modern Jewelry, Victorian Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Vintage Brooches, Art Deco Jewelry, Jewelry Gifts

Fly pendant

Large darkened ivory fly ornament with gilded head and transverse hole through head for stringing. Complete except for small chips due to the flaking ivory.

Wide-necked jar and lid naming Thutmose III Period:New Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 18 Reign:reign of Thutmose III Date:ca. Geography:From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient Egypt History, Arte Tribal, Ancient Civilizations, Archaeology, Vases, Metropolitan Museum, Sculptures, Night Fury

Wide-necked jar and lid naming Thutmose III | New Kingdom | The Met

This cosmetic jar is from the tomb of three foreign wives of Thutmose III (see 26.7.1175 and 23.9). It is made of a weathered, glassy material that has been difficult to identify with certainty. Gold foil has been applied to the neck and around the edge of the lid

Ancient Egyptian Art, Vessel, ca. BCE, New Kingdom, Dynasty Reign of Akhenaten Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, History Of Glass, Freer Gallery, Historia Natural, Cradle Of Civilization, Egypt Art, Art Of Glass, Antique Glassware

Vessel

ca, 1300 BCE Egypt Forming glass vessels on a core of sand and clay was introduced to Egypt from neighboring Syria early in the New Kingdom (ca. 1539–1075 B.C.E.). Precisely when and where the twenty examples housed in the Freer Gallery of Art were made is unknown. round glass paste vessel in blue, yellow, white, with blac handles. Freer Gallery of Art

Votive stele of a Thracian horseman found near the village of Zlatna Panega, Lovech district, Bulgaria; Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, European Tribes, Archaeological Finds, Greek Art, Ancient Civilizations, Archaeology

Disp Img

There are a lot of ways on how you can become a model. Especially today, the internet has opened up new doors on how to be one. One kind of modeling that's a

Zeus and the cow Io. At Zeus' feet, the dead hundred-eyed Argos, who guarded Io, killed by Hermes. Greek And Roman Mythology, Classical Mythology, Greek Gods, Swan Painting, Greek Paintings, Classical Greece, Greek Pottery, Old Vases, Greek Art

Zeus and the cow Io. At Zeus' feet, the dead

Zeus and the cow Io. At Zeus' feet, the dead hundred-eyed Argos, who guarded Io, killed by Hermes. Red-figured Attic stamnos, terracotta Height: 29.8 cm, diameter: 24.5 cm. Inv.3729 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Antikensammlung, Vienna, Austria

 ca millennium BCE. Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Egyptian Era, Antic Jewellery, 3rd Millennium, Ancient Persian, Grand Palais, Western Jewelry

Gold Twisted Earring - 3rd millennium BC. Paleo-Elamite period (Iran). | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Franck Raux

Egyptian Bottle ca. Old Kingdom , amethyst quartz Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient History, Vases, Egypt Art, Amethyst Quartz, Stone Carving, Bottle Art, Archaeology, Glass Art

Open F|S: Bottle

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

tomb/chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt late Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum) Ancient Egypt Civilization, Ancient Artifacts, Wall Paintings, Mural Painting, Temples, Fresco, Paleolithic Art, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Amenhotep Iii

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

 Orichalcum seal box cover depicting in high relief a magnificent portrait of the Roman Emperor Titus. Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Fall Of Constantinople, Roman Jewelry, Classical Mythology, Roman History, Roman Emperor, Covered Boxes, Ancient Rome

Orichalcum, literally in Greek "Mountain Copper." In numismatics only, it refers to Roman golden hued bronze alloy coins, the sestertius & dupondius, more valuable than copper. But orichalcum's actual composition is a mystery. In 2015, ingots believed to be orichalcum alloy were found in a sunken vessel near Gelai, Sicily dated circa 2,600 years old & made of 75-80% Copper, 15-20% zinc, small amount of nickel, lead, and iron. Above Titus, but not a coin ca. 1st C.

Turtle palette - Egyptian, Predynastic Period, Naqada I–II, B. Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Achaemenid, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Palette, Lost Horizon, Ceramic Pots, Ceramics, Sculpture

Turtle palette

This palette of greywacke is carved in the shape of a turtle. Its head is a thin projection from a roughly circular body. The eyes are partially drilled indentations w …