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Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Wedjat eye plaque of Nesenaset

Wedjat eye plaque of Nesenaset

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber, Burial 1 (Nesenaset), MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

String of 10 Eye Beads

String of 10 Eye Beads

Mosaic glass beads had long been popular in Egypt. The period of large intercontinental empires beginning about 500 BC initiated a period of widespread trade of these small items. These are all modern stringing... More

Wedjat eye amulet

Wedjat eye amulet

From Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara Late Period

Glass eye bead

Glass eye bead

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Fragments of wedjat eye amulets

Fragments of wedjat eye amulets

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Asasif, Tomb MMA 825, MMA excavations, 1929–30 Third Intermediate Period–Late Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Wedjat Eye Ring

Wedjat Eye Ring

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, Palace of Amenhotep III, MMA excavations, 1911–12 New Kingdom

Statuette fragment, eye

Statuette fragment, eye

From Egypt, Western Desert; Kharga Oasis Late Period–Ptolemaic Period

String of 12 Eye Beads

String of 12 Eye Beads

Mosaic glass beads had long been popular in Egypt. The period of large intercontinental empires beginning about 500 BC initiated a period of widespread trade of these small items. These are all modern stringing... More

Plaque; Wedjat Eye

Plaque; Wedjat Eye

From Egypt Late Period

Wedjat Eye Amulet

Wedjat Eye Amulet

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, South Village, MMA excavations, 1911–12 New Kingdom

String of 11 Eye Beads

String of 11 Eye Beads

Mosaic glass beads had long been popular in Egypt. The period of large intercontinental empires beginning about 500 BC initiated a period of widespread trade of these small items. These are all modern stringing... More

Wedjat Eye Amulet

Wedjat Eye Amulet

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, South Village, MMA excavations, 1911–12 New Kingdom

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Wedjat eye Amulet

Wedjat eye Amulet

From Egypt First Persian Period–Late Period

Eye Bead

Eye Bead

Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period (475–221 B.C.)

Group of 5 composite eye beads

Group of 5 composite eye beads

From Egypt Roman Period or later

Eye inlays
Statuette fragment, eye

Statuette fragment, eye

From Egypt, Western Desert; Kharga Oasis Late Period–Ptolemaic Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

String of 12 Eye Beads

String of 12 Eye Beads

Mosaic glass beads had long been popular in Egypt. The period of large intercontinental empires beginning about 500 BC initiated a period of widespread trade of these small items. These are all modern stringing... More

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Eye inlay for a statue

Eye inlay for a statue

Mesopotamia, Nippur Early Dynastic IIIa

Wedjat eye amulet

Wedjat eye amulet

From Egypt Late Period

Wedjat eye plaque

Wedjat eye plaque

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Burial of Gautsoshen, Pit, burial 4, MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period or Roman Period

Eye Bead
Amulet, Wedjat eye

Amulet, Wedjat eye

From Egypt New Kingdom

Tube for Eye Paint (Kohl) in the Shape of a Papyrus Column

Tube for Eye Paint (Kohl) in the Shape of a Papyrus Column

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes New Kingdom

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Wedjat Eye Amulet

Wedjat Eye Amulet

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, South Village, MMA excavations, 1911–12 New Kingdom

Wedjat Eye Amulet

Wedjat Eye Amulet

From Egypt Late Period (?)

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Wedjat Eye Amulet

Wedjat Eye Amulet

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, Palace of Amenhotep III, MMA excavations, 1911–12 New Kingdom

String of 21 Eye Beads

String of 21 Eye Beads

Mosaic glass beads had long been popular in Egypt. The period of large intercontinental empires beginning about 500 BC initiated a period of widespread trade of these small items. These are all modern stringing... More

Composite eye bead

Composite eye bead

From Egypt Late Period to Roman Period

Nehebkau (snake deity) holding a wedjat eye

Nehebkau (snake deity) holding a wedjat eye

The small, finely detailed amulets 10.130.2439-.2445 are all made of wood. Wooden amulets are often gilded, but the only remaining gilding is on the goddess's sun disk (10.130.2443).. From Egypt Late Period–Pto... More