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Ancient Egyptian Representations of Turtles

Ancient Egyptian Representations of Turtles

Fischer, Henry G.
1968
34 pages
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Henry Fischer

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Palette Depicting a Pair of Mud Turtles, Greywacke
ca. 3650–3500 B.C.
Turtle as a Votive Mehen Game, Serpentinite
ca. 3100–2649 B.C.
ca. 3100–2650 B.C.
Turtle amulet, Ivory or bone
ca. 2150–1950 B.C.
Turtle amulet, Ivory
ca. 2110–2030 B.C.
ca. 1981–1550 B.C.
ca. 1981–1550 B.C.
A small inlaid sculpture of a soft-shelled turtle, Amethyst, turquoise, lapis-lazuli, carnelian, adhesive
ca. 1991–1802 B.C.
Turtle amulet, Quartz and hematite
ca. 1640–1550 B.C.
Turtle amulet, Carnelian
ca. 1550–1450 B.C.
Magic Wand, Hippopotamus ivory
ca. 1900–1640 B.C.
Magic wand, Ivory
ca. 1981–1550 B.C.
Apotropaic rod, Glazed steatite
ca. 1878–1640 B.C.
Feeding Cup, Blue faience, paint
ca. 1850–1700 B.C.
ca. 3500 B.C.
Scarab of the Storehouse Overseer Wah, Silver, electrum, glazed steatite, linen cord
ca. 1981–1975 B.C.
Large Kneeling Statue of Hatshepsut, Granite
ca. 1479–1458 B.C.
Magical Stela (Cippus of Horus), Meta-Greywacke
360–343 B.C.
Scarab Bracelet of Wah, Silver, electrum, glazed steatite, linen cord
ca. 1981–1975 B.C.
Scarab and Bead Bracelet, Lapis lazuli, carnelian, linen cord
ca. 1981–1975 B.C.

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