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Jasper amulet in the form of a frog  Period:     Late Dynastic–Hellenistic Date:     664–30 B.C. Culture:     Egyptian.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Egypt, Jasper amulet in the form of a frog Period, Late Dynastic–Hellenistic Date: B., The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Cicada Amulet, glass, c. 206 BC/220 AD, China.

Tongue amulet in the form of a cicada (hanchan) 206 C. Han dynasty Glass H: W: cm China

Seal in the form of a frog      Egyptian   Findspot     Giza, Egypt

Seal in the form of a frog Egyptian Findspot Giza, Egypt

This gold ring is decorated with a frog. It is believed to be from the Royal Tomb at el-Amarna, at the time of the New Kingdom in the 2nd century BC.

This gold ring is decorated with a frog. It is believed to be from the Royal Tomb at el-Amarna, at the time of the New Kingdom in the century BC.

Stone frog, ca. 2,000-1,600 BCE, with Akkadian inscription that indicates it is a unit of weight equal to 10 'minas,' the Mesopotamian unit of measure, weighing about 500 grams (18 ounces). The weight system was based on the talent or the average load that could be carried by a man or animal (about 30 kilograms). According to the Sumerian sexagesimal system, the talent was divided into 60 minas, and a mina was divided into 60 shekels.

Stone frog with Akkadian inscription indicates it is a unit of weight equal to 10 'minas. ' The mina was the Mesopotamian unit of measure, weighing about 500 grams ounces).

Frog Amulet, Period:  Late Period Dynasty:    Dynasty 26–30, Date:  664–332 B.C. Geography:  From Egypt, Medium:  Lapis lazuli.

Frog Amulet, Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty Date: B. Geography: From Egypt, Medium: Lapis lazuli.

Children wore pendants such as this gold fish in their hair, possibly to protect them from drowning,ca. ancient Egypt.

A golden fish: Children wore pendants such as this gold fish in their hair, possibly to protect them from drowning,ca.

Hasır Zincir ile Şişe-Muska  Roma, MÖ 3- 2. yüzyıl

Bottle-Amulet/Roman with Wicker Beading, Centuries B. (Or it's the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, I think we should be open to that possibility.

AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED COMPOSITION FROG NEW KINGDOM, CIRCA 1550-1069 B.C. Naturalistically modelled, with head raised and mouth slightly open, on integral circular base, with suspension hole 1 in. (2.5 cm.) long

AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED COMPOSITION FROG NEW KINGDOM, CIRCA 1550-1069 B.C. Naturalistically modelled, with head raised and mouth slightly open, on integral circular base, with suspension hole 1 in. (2.5 cm.) long

An Egyptian amethyst amulet in the form of a cat,  664-30 B.C  Ganymedes Rocks

An Egyptian Late Period/Ptolemaic Period Amethyst Amulet in the Form of a Cat B. Seated upon an integral plinth, the tail wrapped around its right side, a ridged suspension loop at the center of its back 1 in.

Tyet sign [Egyptian; Abydos, Cemetery D, Tomb 33] (00.4.39) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tyet sign, early Dynasty 18 (ca. Abydos, Cemetery D, Tomb 33 Jasper Gift of Egypt Exploration Fund, 1900

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