Gyurme shake junt ancient art 

Horus Falcon Wearing Double Crown, Unknown, ca. 664-30 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
This is a falcon wearing a crown.Falcons were probably honoered by the egyptians.
Wavy-handled Jar, Unknown, ca. 3350-3250 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
This pot was made by a crafts person. made for lower social classed people.
Frog, Unknown, ca. 1390-1353 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
To the ancient Egyptians the frog resembles life and fertility.
Figure of Monkey Seated on Ovoid Base, Unknown, ca. 1352-1336 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
In ancient Egypt, baboons and monkeys often play a significant and mysterious role in religion.
Signet Ring, Unknown, ca. 664-404 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
This Signet ring was worn by more wealthy like Pharaohs and priests.
Head of a King Wearing Crown, Unknown, ca. 595-525 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
Head of a Pharaoh wearing a crown.Pharaohs were at the top of the social class
Hedgehog, Unknown, ca. 1938-1700 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
The hedgehog was admired for its survival in the semi-desert areas outside the green floodplains and was a symbol for rebirth after death because of its hibernation.
Inner Cartonnage of Gautseshenu, Unknown, 700-650 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
This is a mummified pharaoh. Pharaohs are at the top of the social class.
Ritual Knife, Unknown, ca. 3300-3100 B.C.E., From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
Ritual Knife used to slit an animals neck and offer to the gods.
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