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An Egyptian glass duck bead and a lapis lazuli scaraboid. New Kingdom, circa 1550-1070 B.C.

Gold, lapis lazuli, turquoise and steatite Reportedly From: Saqqara, Egypt Dates: 664 B.C.E. or later Dynasty: XXVI Dynasty or later Period: Late Period or Ptolemaic Period

AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE AND STEATITE TABLOID RING NEW KINGDOM, REIGN OF TUTHMOSIS IV, CIRCA 1397-1388 B.C. One side with the Pharaoh as a sphinx trampling the enemy, the cartouche reading, 'Menkheperure', the prenomen of Tuthmosis IV, the other side with seated Pharaoh holding crook and bow, hieroglyphs reading, 'the Perfect God' and 'Lord of the Two Lands', with a bronze hoop 1 in. (2.5 cm.) wide

What Varys would wear with Tears of Lys in it. Bottle-Amulet/Roman with Wicker Beading, 3rd-2nd Centuries B.C.

Tut Exhibit - King Tutankhamun Exhibit, Collection: Jewelry - Earrings of Unknown Material representing King Tutankhamun

Arched gold fibula (metal brooch) with winged horse. Etruscan, 6th century b.C.

Finger ring 3rd Century BC Ptolemaic Egypt (Source: The British Museum)

Michelle Lamy - Love everything about this pic! Esp her bracelets