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The Seated Scribe, c. 2,600-2,350 BC, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France (Old Kingdom) Painted limestone sculpture originally from Saqqarah, Egypt

The Seated Scribe, c. 2,600-2,350 BC, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France (Old Kingdom) Painted limestone sculpture originally from Saqqarah, Egypt

Egyptian Cosmetic Spoon in the shape of a girl. New Kingdom. Louvre, Paris. Rites et beauté. Objects de toilette égyptiens au musée du Louvre, París.

Egyptian Cosmetic Spoon in the shape of a girl. New Kingdom. Louvre, Paris. Rites et beauté. Objects de toilette égyptiens au musée du Louvre, París.

Isis

Isis

Isis

Isis

The goddess Hathor giving an ankh to Nefertari, one of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great.

The goddess Hathor giving an ankh to Nefertari, one of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great.

Amulet ring with Frey’s sickle, Odin’s spear, and Thor’s hammer worn by a Swedish practitioner of Forn Sed. The style is typical of finds from Uppland and Södermanland, Sweden.

Amulet ring with Frey’s sickle, Odin’s spear, and Thor’s hammer worn by a Swedish practitioner of Forn Sed. The style is typical of finds from Uppland and Södermanland, Sweden.

A Viking pendant considered the oldest crucifix in Sweden. - Found in Björkö.

A Viking pendant considered the oldest crucifix in Sweden. - Found in Björkö.

Cloisonne earring from tomb of Tutankhamun The central feauture is described as a falcon with a duck's head its wings creating a sweeping circle around its head and its talons clutching shen rings, beneath the tail feathers is a bar decorated with circles from which hang five strings of gold and glass beads ending in pendant uraei. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Cloisonne earring from tomb of Tutankhamun The central feauture is described as a falcon with a duck's head its wings creating a sweeping circle around its head and its talons clutching shen rings, beneath the tail feathers is a bar decorated with circles from which hang five strings of gold and glass beads ending in pendant uraei. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

A baboon, identified with the ancient Egyptian god Thoth, holding an Eye of Horus symbol

A baboon, identified with the ancient Egyptian god Thoth, holding an Eye of Horus symbol

♔ Ankh ~ Symbol of Eternal life

♔ Ankh ~ Symbol of Eternal life