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  • Amulete-Pendantm of Nephthys · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    examples known today came from tombs where they adorned mummies Amulets provided magical protection for the wearer in both life and death The consistent color and workmanship of the 13 light blue faience figures of gods owned by the Walters this one and Walters 48 1676 48 1677 48 1679 48 1680 48 1684 48 1701 48 1702 48 1704 48 1708 48 1709 48 1710 and 48 1711 suggest that they came from the same workshop Represented here is the goddess Nephthys Conservation Date Description Narrative 7 23 1959 Treatment cleaned 10 07 1974 Treatment cleaned 11 01 1978 Treatment cleaned other 9 03 1998 Examination examined for condition 4 12 2006 Treatment cleaned coated Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Bedazzled 5 000 Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum Frist Center for the Visual Arts Nashville The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota The Walters Art Museum Baltimore 2006 2009 Bedazzled 5 000 Years of Jewelry El Paso Museum of Art El Paso 2010 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum 1931 by bequest Credit Acquired by Henry Walters Download Image Add

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  • Amuletic Figure of Duamutef, Son of Horus · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    with the details picked out in purple black manganese The figure wears a three row broad collar and a tripartite wig There are five diagonal stripes of manganese across the mummiform body representing the mummy wrappings or braces A horizontal fracture just below the buttocks separated the amulet into two fragments which have since been reattached Numerous funerary amulets were usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy These amulets have been modeled with a flat underside and are pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1987 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum 1931 by bequest Credit Acquired by Henry Walters Download Image Add to Collection Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Creative Commons License Add to Collection Connect with

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  • Amuletic Figure of Hapy, Son of Horus · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    but unlike the other three in this set he does not wear a broad collar There are five diagonal stripes of manganese across the mummiform body representing the mummy wrappings or braces A horizontal fracture at knee level separated the amulet into two fragments which have since been reattached Numerous funerary amulets were usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy These amulets have been modeled with a flat underside and are pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 8 29 1962 Treatment repaired 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1987 Faience The Colors of the Heavens The Walters Art Museum Baltimore The Walters Art Museum Baltimore 2003 2004 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum 1931 by bequest Credit Acquired by Henry Walters Download Image Add

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  • Amuletic Figure of Imsety, Son of Horus · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    black manganese The figure wears a three row broad collar a tripartite wig and a divine beard There are five diagonal stripes of manganese across the mummiform body representing the mummy wrappings or braces Numerous funerary amulets were usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy These amulets have been modeled with a flat underside and are pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1987 Faience The Colors of the Heavens The Walters Art Museum Baltimore The Walters Art Museum Baltimore 2003 2004 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum 1931 by bequest Credit Acquired by Henry Walters Download Image Add to Collection Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Creative Commons License Add to Collection Connect with Facebook to start your

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  • Amuletic Figure of Kebehsenuef, Son of Horus · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    faience with the details picked out in purple black manganese The figure wears a three row broad collar and a tripartite wig There are five diagonal stripes of manganese across the mummiform body representing the mummy wrappings or braces A horizontal fracture separated the amulet about midway into two fragments which have since been reattached Numerous funerary amulets were usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy These amulets have been modeled with a flat underside and are pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1987 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum 1931 by bequest Credit Acquired by Henry Walters Download Image Add to Collection Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Creative Commons License Add to Collection Connect with Facebook

    Original URL path: http://art.thewalters.org/detail/28885/amuletic-figure-of-kebehsenuef-son-of-horus/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Amuletic Plaque with Isis · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy This amulet has been modeled with a flat underside and is pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1987

    Original URL path: http://art.thewalters.org/detail/2602/amuletic-plaque-with-isis/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Amuletic Plaque with Nephthys · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    Mansion Numerous funerary amulets were usually placed among the many layers of linen strips used to wrap mummies Specific amulets along with their required position on the body are listed in funerary texts such as The Book of the Dead Amulets were sometimes sewn directly onto the wrappings or could be incorporated into a bead net shroud covering the mummy This amulet has been modeled with a flat underside and is pierced by tiny holes around the edges for attachment Conservation Date Description Narrative 11 20 1978 Examination examined for condition 8 20 1998 Examination survey Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Objects of Adornment Five Thousand Years of Jewelry from the Walters Art Gallery Baltimore Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio Philbrook Museum of Art Tulsa Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Toledo Museum of Art Toledo The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Sarasota 1984 1987 Jewelry from the Walters Art Museum and the Zucker Family Collection The

    Original URL path: http://art.thewalters.org/detail/24332/amuletic-plaque-with-nephthys/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Amun · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art
    short kilt necklace armlets and bracelets are indicated by incision There is a large suspension loop behind the broken plume on his cap The heavy featured face suggests this may be a provincial piece Conservation Date Description Narrative 5 05 1977 Examination examined for condition Exhibitions Jewelry Ancient to Modern The Walters Art Gallery Baltimore 1979 1980 Provenance Henry Walters Baltimore date and mode of acquisition unknown Walters Art Museum

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