Pharaonic masterpieces 2

 Fantastic bracelet 

This bracelet, which almost catches the eye, is an Egyptian bracelet, made of pure gold, dating back to the beginning of the period in Egypt, more than 2000 years ago.

And we see many wonderful shapes on it, including a statue of the Egyptian goddess (Isis) and the Greek idol (Aphrodite), the goddess of beauty … this is in addition to the snake! 

the pharaonic bracelet

This bracelet is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

the back bracelet

5400 years old pottery pot!

This wonderfully colored pot that we see in front of us, made of pottery, dates back to the era of Naqada II in Egypt during the period between (3400-3200 BC), that is, before the dynastic era.

This vessel on which we see engravings of a flamingo, the flamingo, or as it is known as the flamingo, is a genus of flamingos (: Phoenicopteridae), and it is a red bird “in the manner of geese,”.

the vessel of flamingo

After the end of the rainy age and the beginning of the Neolithic era, the deserts dried up, and the ancient Egyptians descended from the deserts and plateaus into the Nile valley, turning them from animal hunting to farming, And it's moving from a life of mobility to stability.

Since then people have been growing crops and raising pets in the Nile Valley, Hence, early civilizations began to evolve, It was one of the most important centers of early Egyptian civilization in the Naqada region Where sophisticated artworks, like pottery, originated.

flamingo bird

The second Naqada civilization pottery is distinguished by red stripes on a clay body decorated with geometric patterns and animal shapes, like (flamingos) engraved on this clay pot.

The Gerzeh culture, also called Naqada II, refers to the archaeological stage at Gerzeh (also Girza or Jirzah), a prehistoric Egyptian cemetery located along the west bank of the Nile, the necropolis is named after el-Girzeh, the nearby contemporary town in Egypt. Gerzeh is situated only several miles due east of the oasis of Faiyum.

Bracelets of Tutankhamun

These are two golden bracelets from the bracelets of King Tutankhamun, which were found among 5,000 other pieces inside his tomb in Luxor in 1922, it is now displayed in the Tut collection in its hall at the Grand Egyptian Museum.
tutankhamun's bracelet

Wish cup

This cup that was found by Howard  karter Egyptologist  100 years ago in the tomb of Tutankhamoun with other 5 thousands unique pieces is Made of  a single piece of alabaster and it is shaped of a lotus flower,  carter called it the washing cup, whereas he believed that it symbolized the eternal life of Tutankhamoun who ruled Egypt 3300 years ago, and his desire to return to life again especially its inscription suggests that.  

pharaonic cup






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