One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket.
One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the left representing the sun and the right the moon. By wearing these braceletes the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity. Country of Origin: Ancient Egypt. Date/Period: Third Indermediate period 22nd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Culture: Ancient Egyptian: Place of Origin: Tanis. Material: Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian and white faience D=7cm Credit: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum Cairo (JE 72184B) Location: 42A
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