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Carnelian Fly Necklace, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, 1549-1292 B.C., Carnelian, 47 cm © David Aaron

Carnelian Fly Necklace, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, 1549-1292 B.C., Carnelian, 47 cm © David Aaron

Bactrian Necklace, Bactria, 3rd to 2nd millennium B.C., Lapis lazuli © David Aaron

Bactrian Necklace, Bactria, 3rd to 2nd millennium B.C., Lapis lazuli © David Aaron

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, 2600–2500 b.c.; Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style Excavated at “King’s Grave,” Ur, Mesopotamia Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, B. Sumerian style Excavated at “King’s Grave,” Ur, Mesopotamia

Antik Yunan Kolye – M.Ö 1. yy - Altın, Carnelian

Necklace with Child's-Head Pendant. This necklace is a pastiche. The carnelian beads are ancient and strung on modern gold links. The lion-head finials comprising the hook and eye clas

Earring of Tawosret - Reign of Seti II, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty – From Western Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tomb 56 – Cairo, Egyptian Museum - Usually the Nubian enemies depicted on the walls of Egyptian temples wear earrings. The Hyksos introduced the earrings to Egypt in the second Intermediate Period. This earring carries the cartouche of King Seti II; it is made of gold and was found in tomb KV 56 in the Valley of the Kings.

*GOLD ANTIQUE EARRING ~ from Thebes, Egypt. Nubian enemies depicted on the walls of Egyptian temples wear earrings. The Hyksos introduced the earrings to Egypt in the second Intermediate Period.

Necklace from the tomb of Queen Ahhotep I (c.1550 BC), now in the Egyptian Museum Cairo. Fly amulets were generally given for military acheivement and bravery in battle.

Necklace from the tomb of Queen Ahhotep I BC), now in the Egyptian Museum Cairo. Fly amulets were generally given for military acheivement and bravery in battle.

Bracelets, antelope heads.Bactrian gold, 1st century BCE, Bactria, Afghanistan.

Ancient Treasures Of Afghanistan

Scythian, First century bracelets adorned with antelopes, measuring x from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan; gold and turquoise with garnet eyes.

Experts baffled by magnificent gold and sapphire ring unearthed by metal detector

Gold and sapphire finger ring, found by a metal detectorist in York and just purchased by the Yorkshire Museum; almost certainly belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty, very senior clergy or a leading member of the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy

Lapis earring. -- Real Roman jewelry : the Romans loved gold and all earring were for pierced ears with a simple wire.

*EGYPT ~ REAL Roman Jewelry for Real Inspiration the *ITALY ~ Romans loved gold and as far as I can tell all earring are for pierced ears with a simple wire

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