Steve's Egyptian Art Gallery
By: Steve Brandon
This is a flask from the Egyptian mid 10th century. The historical period would be considered the Fatimid period. It is made of crystal, with an enameled gold mount.
This is a figure of a dolphin. It was made in the 1st-2nd century, during the Roman Period. It is made out of glass, and is currently in the Freer Gallery of Art.
This is a globular hand-warmer, made in two hemispheres. It was during the mid 14th century, in the Mamluk period. It is made out of brass, and is currently in the Freer Gallery of Art.
This an amulet, from 664-525 B.C.E. It was during the Saite Dynasty 26. The amulet is made out of Faience, a glazed composition. It is currently in the Freer Gallery of Art.
This is a statue of a camel with a rider. It was made anywhere from 1AD-200AD. No one knows who made this art. It is made out of terracotta, a type of clay.
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Rijksmuseum van Oudheden
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