purple glass and rhinestone Egyptian Revival brooch.
Votive stela with figures of Goddesses Taweret and Mut of Isheru Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Amenhotep III Date: ca.
Egyptian, ca. BCE (New Kingdom, early dynasty) Egyptian faience with blue glaze, painted
An Egyptian limestone relief from the New Kingdom, ca. BC, from the collection of Safani Gallery. The fragment depicts a couple embracing. The man holds a lotus blossom, a symbol for strength and power.
A NEW KINGDOM LIMESTONE STELA dynasty xix-xx, 1307-1070 b.c. The dome-topped stele sculpted in sunk relief with Horus and Maat presenting a votive offering before the hippopotamus goddess Theoris who wears a horned solar-disk headdress, perhaps a dedication in hope of a child 7 in. (19.7 cm) high