pair of gold, lapis lazuli, glass and pearl bracelets, Byzantine, circa 5th-7th Century A.D.

(Byzantine) pair of Gold, lapis lazuli, glass and pearl bracelets, Byzantine, circa century CE.

Details of the gold diadem, found in the tomb degli Ori, in Canosa (Cari)MARTA :: Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Tarantoc.a 2nd-4th century B.C.

Details of the gold diadem, found in the tomb degli Ori, in Canosa (Cari)MARTA :: Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Tarantoc.

This cloisonné pectoral is inlaid with 372 carefully cut pieces of semiprecious stones. It is composed around the throne name of King Senwosret II and was found among the jewelry of Princess Sit-hathor-yunet in a special niche of her underground tomb beside the pyramid of Senwosret II at Lahun. Hieroglyphic signs make up the design, and the whole may be read: "The god of the rising sun grants life and dominion over all that the sun encircles for one million one hundred thousand years..."

This cloisonné pectoral is inlaid with 372 carefully cut pieces of semiprecious stones. It is composed around the throne name of King Senwosret II and was found among the jewelry of Princess Sit-hathor-yunet in a special niche of her underground tomb beside the pyramid of Senwosret II at Lahun. Hieroglyphic signs make up the design, and the whole may be read: "The god of the rising sun grants life and dominion over all that the sun encircles for one million one hundred thousand years..."

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