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*EGYPTIAN ~ PSUSSENES I: Hinge bangle w/lock, made hollow from thin gold sheet, these bangles are very light. The decor hides the soldered seams. Two bands of interlocking gold spirals on blue ground border an inscription that also runs out of gold in Lapislazuleinlagen, around the outside of the hoop:

Neues Museum (Egyptian Museum), Berlin

♔ Golden carafe excavated from the Tanis grave of Psussenes I.

Gold bowl from the tomb of Psusennes I. Ancient Egyptian, 3rd Intermediate period, 21st Dynasty, Tanis

*EGYPTIAN ~ PSUSSENES I: Gold, Casting + ladle shell.

Artist's gridded sketch, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Hatshepsut, ca. 1479–1458 B.C. Egyptian; From western Thebes Limestone and ink

Greus Psussenes Tanis

*EGYPTIAN ~ PSUSSENES I: Silver Mug/Cup. A decorated w/basketweave cup or bowl, carrying the cartridges of Psusennes "First Prophet of Amun" is an excellent example of an elaborate silver work.

Mummy of Ukhhotep, son of Hedjpu, Egypt, 1981–1802 B.C. Cartonnage, wood (ficus sycomorus), paint, linen, human remains, obsidian, gold, Egyptian alabaster

Hatnefer was the mother of Senenmut, one of Hatshepsut's best known officials. Her undisturbed tomb was discovered by the Museum's Egyptian Expedition in 1936 on the hillside below Senenmut's tomb chapel. This chair was found in front of the tomb's entrance