41 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 40 are shown here).
Augustin Heckel (after), 1 of 7 plates, including title plate from 'A New Book of Sheilds [sic] usefull for all sorts of Artificers', reissue published London, after 1752.
Thompson, Stephen. Wood board with hieratic inscription, reverse
British Museum, Photographs from the Egyptian Collection, Series II, Part 2, London, 1872, 19thC
Hull Grundy BM; Scarab-beetle, carved in lapis-lazuli mounted on white gold, set with diamonds and rubies.
Draughtsman, wood, Lion with hares / scarab beetle attacking eagle, after designs of Jakob Leherr, Germany (Augsburg), ca. 1685-1700
Egypto-Roman, 200-400 AD; animal, lion; Egyptian, 200-400 AD, incised wood
Pectoral mummy panel
Pectoral, mummy panel, painted cartonnage, Egypt, Ptolemaic period, ca. 300 BC-30 BC
Gold pendant with carnelian scarab, Tiffany, New York, about 1890
Glazed ware ring in the form of the wedjet Eye of Horus, Late New Kingdom Egyptian, ca.1200-1085 BC
Glazed ware ring in the form of a wedjet Eye of Horus in blue, with a yellow hoop, Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, 14th century BC
Scarab ring belonging to Sir Henry Irving (1838-1905) and probably worn by him on stage.
Printed light-weight cotton (possibly curtain fabric) with dark blue ground over which are various repeat patterns of Ancient Egypt/Pharaonic motifs in white, grey, olive green, pink and red:
a. duck and other hieroglyphs, followed by horus, ankh, and ibis; this order is then reversed.
b. Three cream cartouches edged in red containing ‘hieroglyphs, followed by two floral sprays (Upper and Lower Egypt); order then reversed
c. Kneeling winged figure presenting two cream coloured cartouches containing Pharaonic figures, which is then reversed. Two selvedges.
Ankh pendant; probably foreign, 1994
Design: cards printed in colour to show hieorglyphs and letters of the alphabet; the reverse sides show a bird and two semicircles which spell the word TUT
No. of cards: 72,24,6
No. illustrated: all
Enamelled gold locket bearing the Egyptian hieroglyph nefer (beautiful), made by Arthur and Carlo Joseph Giuliano, England (London), about 1900
Plaque of white enamel paste, with impressions taken from a Syracusan coin of Hiero II (270 - 216 BC), showing the head of Hiero, and Victory in a chariot, by James Tassie.
Amulet, coloured earthenware.
Uraeus head, Egypt, , -399--343, 1562-1871 .