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NATUFIAN BONE & TOOTH NECKLACE  --  12,500-10,800 BCE  --  Excavated from a burial site at El Wad Terrace, Mt. Carmel, Israel  --  Natufian burial practices show sophistication of ritual & symbolic activity, including personal adornments & inclusion of animal products/skeletons in previously unknown intensity.  Perhaps most elaborate society of Epipalaeolithic period.

NATUFIAN BONE & TOOTH NECKLACE -- 12,500-10,800 BCE -- Excavated from a burial site at El Wad Terrace, Mt. Carmel, Israel -- Natufian burial practices show sophistication of ritual & symbolic activity, including personal adornments & inclusion of animal products/skeletons in previously unknown intensity. Perhaps most elaborate society of Epipalaeolithic period.

One of a Pair of Gold and amethyst claw anklets of Princess Sit-hathor-yunet  Egyptian, Dynasty 12, (ca 1897-1878 BCE)  From Lahun, tomb 8

One of a Pair of Gold and amethyst claw anklets of Princess Sit-hathor-yunet Egyptian, Dynasty 12, (ca 1897-1878 BCE) From Lahun, tomb 8

AFP/-Les archéologues ont également trouvé des ustensiles de la vie quotidienne, 24 en calcaire et quatre autres en cuivre. En savoir plus sur http://www.lemonde.fr/sciences/article/2015/01/05/egypte-decouverte-de-la-tombe-d-une-reine-pharaonique-inconnue_4549499_1650684.html#X7ez8tiTkvCmHEKt.99

Egypte : découverte de la tombe d'une reine pharaonique inconnue

Khant Kaous III serait l'épouse du pharaon de la Ve dynastie Néferefrê. Elle aurait vécu il y a environ quatre mille cinq cents ans.

Naszyjnik srebrny W.KRUK

Naszyjnik srebrny W.KRUK

Turkestan | Temporal pendant ~ engse lik ~ from the Yomud people | Silver, silver gilt and carnelian | 20th century

Pendentif temporal, engse lik, yomud, en argent, à décor ajouré partiellement - Société de ventes aux enchères Paris Drouot - Auction House for fine art and antiques

6mm to 12mm  31 inches of Tribal Style graduated by MorningDove, $165.00

6mm to 12mm 31 inches of Tribal Style graduated by MorningDove, $165.00

Shell bracelets like these were extremely popular. They were often traded with the Ryuku Islands.

Shell bracelets like these were extremely popular. They were often traded with the Ryuku Islands.

Ostrich eggshell beads from Border Cave, dated 44,856 BCE to 41,010BCE, show that humans were beginning to experiment with art

Research that could set humanity back 20,000 years: Ornaments and tools show that Modern Man emerged 44,000 years ago (much earlier than we thought)

Ostrich eggshell beads from Border Cave, dated 44,856 BCE to 41,010BCE, show that humans were beginning to experiment with art

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