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Accessories%20and%20jewellery%20in%20ancient%20 egypt[1] Accessories%20and%20jewellery%20in%20ancient%20 egypt[1] Presentation Transcript

  • Elgeel Elmuslim Primary Girls
  • Egyptian cultural heritage is of crucial importance especially in the cultural and practical in light of its heritage of intellectual and scientific resources are the basis of human civilizations continue to more than 7,000 in the time when human recording heritage. Museums are the living memory of the cultural heritage in its holdings of various ages and eras, is the ancient Egyptian civilization that is more interesting and diverse civilizations through prehistoric times to pharaonic, Roman, Coptic and Islamic, until modern times.
  • Found ornaments in both ancient and modern civilizations and the primary purpose of which is 1. decorations worn by men and women both to demonstrate the richness and beauty salon and decorate his image is the same as we know that beauty and adornment came to human instinct. 2. magical or religious purpose so I think that certain types of magic save valuable ornaments and away evils and stopped the influence of witchcraft against him such as amulets that give the bearer the power and blessing and good luck as View slide
  • The human has to wear jewellery since prehistoric found beads or bracelets and rings or pendants made of simple shapes made of colored stone or bone or ivory, or even clay in the Neolithic graves in Fayoum, dating back to the fifth and fourth millennium BC civilization aledwa found the head wreaths or midfielders belts made of leather and gold and copper used in the jewellery industry. View slide
  • Evolution of wearing ornaments then even become worn as an amulet and ornamental elements entered into that show the beauty of the wearer and drawn ornaments materials and forms from the environment. There was dressing in costume for daily life and Amulet of guard and protection were made of gold and semi-precious stones fame ' with clips or locks or wire or thin strands of gold.
  • -Necklaces petition: They are made of multiple rows of beads and endless half-circle shaped and covered the upper chest and a second type made from beads in rows and in separate groups each other and separated from each other by strips of different colors, then there is a third type of sides ornament the top Hawk rather than end a half circular metal.
  • There were necklaces funeral embossed on walls of tombs or Papyrus was the mascot for the necklaces recited by priests during the put the necklace on and here asked the priest of ISIS protecting deceased since the day of his burial there are necklaces made of thin gold necklaces like Tutankhamen was a hawk or Eagle Aspen nekhbet or both to protect the King as there were necklaces of gold are inflexible are made from small pieces of yarn or wire system Gold and fame ' semi precious stones and colored glass and other types of necklaces in Tanis tombs of Kings 21, 22 families.
  • -Costume Cape: Beginning costume Cape kakolele of tree branches and sticks, flowers and there were strips of cloth to tie the hair until the hair is hanging on the face while working as well as for decoration then worked then from gold and copper also made wigs and skullcaps of the wig of braids of flax or wool or hair and decorated borides of gold inlaid with semi-precious stones or stained glass such as alkalil which my wife rahotep, alienated daughters mahtab khano or wreaths Queens central State era (khanomit).
  • Earrings : Ancient Egyptian earrings sported since the era of the second transition (circa 1650 BC) and was probably the first to wear the earrings of royalty is Thutmose IV 1410 BC where the nipple then pierced his Mummy and the earrings of gold or gold restaurant and the most beautiful of Royal earrings for the King (Tutankhamun) or those of the Queen (Nefertari) views its Necropolis in the Valley of the Queens, King SETI II earrings or Tanis tombs of the Kings of the two families 21 , 22.
  • Costume fingers: Used costume fingers since prehistory and evolved in an era of modern States and the most beautiful examples of rings is found in the Tomb (tut) or in the tombs of Tanis to Kings 21, 22 families
  • Amulets and symbols and their meanings : Amulets wears Navy for the purpose of protection and neutralization and unforeseen hazards and was also used to drive evil and witchcraft as bearer and provide good luck and blessing, so the mascot makes as forms of sacred symbols and was known in the Egyptian language (Luga) which means healing or (Office of hau) body or protector (SA) and protection means, tamima means nkhato could take a mascot snake Cobra to extend protection for carrying or placing it in a piece of jewelry. The mascot was a scarab included bearer revival and help him renew his youth and providing it with good luck, especially if made of stone or faience green or blue or brown.
  • Metals and stones used in jewelry making Copper: It is one of the oldest metals used in Egypt and was extracted from the eastern desert and the Sinai in particular parts of the server and the srabit cave. Gold: It was extracted from the eastern desert from Wadi hammamat (meeting he reviewed collection rates) which connects the Qena region near the Red Sea coast and the gold was brought from Sudan and West Asia. Turquoise (light blue): Was extracted from Sinai (srabit server and Wadi Cave) was widely used in ancient Egyptian jewellery.
  • Garnet (red-brown): Found in large quantities in the deserts of Egypt and its types and multiple colors. Crystal rock: Was extracted from Abu Simbel to Aswan quarries in Western Sahara and the stained glass and faience mimics and replaces the stones in beads and vaccination to the eye in human figurines. Feldspar It is a light blue stone was ystdkhm usually in jewelry especially in this era of Central State along with the ornaments found in the tomb of Tutankhamen was extracted from the eastern desert.