Egyptian Electrum Stirrup Ring/ New Kingdom Dyn 8, 1550-1307 BC. The plain hoop solid-cast, rounded on the interior and exterior, the flat oval bezel engraved with a standing figure of Bes facing right, his head turned back, holding a tambourine, a nfr sign below in. (2.3 cm.) long; ring size 6¾.
Detail of canopic coffinette
Egyptian Faience Ring, Amarna Period, 18th Dynasty, c. 1361-1352 B.C. Wide ring with incised and fluted outer surface.
Gold ring engraved with a woman at an altar 350 BC from Phokaia.This gold ring comes from a tomb.It has a slightly bevelled hoop hammered from the same piece of gold as the bezel engraved with the figure of an elegantly draped woman standing in front of an altar in chiton, sandals simple drop earring.Her hair is tied up at the back.In one hand,fingers downwards,she holds out a small seed or piece of incense, which she is presumably about to place on top of the altar before her.
Silver pendant depicting a veiled mother goddess sitting on a chair and holding a patera. Over her face gold foil. Anatolian, 1st half 1st millennium B.C.
Signet Ring of Ramesses X. | | 20th Dynasty, reign of Ramesses X., about 1120-1111 BC
A Greek chalcedony intaglio Circa 4th Century B.C. The oval semi-translucent gem carved with a standing stork.
Egyptian canopic coffinette
Finger-ring; gold; nielloed; reserved foliate ornament on shoulders; inscription around hoop; oval bezel with pearled band set with three layered onyx cameo cut with figure of recumbent dog. 15th century, Italy.
The Thracian inscriptions. The Thracian language was spoken in what is now the southern half of Bulgaria, eastern Republic of Macedonia, Northern Greece, European Turkey and in parts of Bithynia (North-Western Asiatic Turkey). Little is known for certain about the Thracian language, since no phrase beyond a few words in length has been satisfactorily deciphered. The Thracian language in linguistic textbooks is usually treated either as its own branch of Indo-European.