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Un autre reine d'Egypte: Nefertiti

Un autre reine d'Egypte: Nefertiti

Christian Marriage Ring from Rome circa 500

Christian Marriage Ring from Rome circa 500

Egyptians loved jewelry, both men and women wore them. Make 3-4 bracelets for each arm. Use light yellow posterboard, cut up into 2 inch-wide strips. Let the children decorate them with geometric designs and color them with magic markers. Staple the ends together. (Tomorrow's Child Magazine)

Egyptians loved jewelry, both men and women wore them. Make 3-4 bracelets for each arm. Use light yellow posterboard, cut up into 2 inch-wide strips. Let the children decorate them with geometric designs and color them with magic markers. Staple the ends together. (Tomorrow's Child Magazine)

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I actually have this statue.

I actually have this statue.

Ring and earrings gold ring set with square and a mint green peridot intaglio and engraved with a fish pendant, also square, are set with glass paste same color as the ring, the below, hanging beads electrum, Roman Egypt, circa first century, A.D.

Ring and earrings gold ring set with square and a mint green peridot intaglio and engraved with a fish pendant, also square, are set with glass paste same color as the ring, the below, hanging beads electrum, Roman Egypt, circa first century, A.D.

Striped push bow blouse, navy coated denim, striped flats, white cardigan, gold jewelry

Striped push bow blouse, navy coated denim, striped flats, white cardigan, gold jewelry

Horus Eye - Ancient Egypt

Horus Eye - Ancient Egypt

Nouvel Empire - Bague à anneaux soudés, décor de fleurs et de boutons de nénufar -  or, lapis, turquoise et cornaline  | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Nouvel Empire - Bague à anneaux soudés, décor de fleurs et de boutons de nénufar - or, lapis, turquoise et cornaline | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

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