Pyramidion (top of a pyramid) dedicated by Amenemhet III, ruled 1831-1986 BC. Found among debris on the eastern side of the pyramid in 1900. The capstone of the pyramid was carved from a block of black granite. A pair of eyes similar to those on the eastern side of his sarcophagus, together with some other hieroglyphic components, are inscribed on the eastern side of the capstone.
AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE BALSAMARIUM CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C. In the form of a female head, perhaps Turan (Aphrodite) or a Lasa, hair bound with fillet in melon-coiffure, with tresses escaping, wearing earrings with inverted pyramidal pendants, with articulated eyes, surmounted by ribbed vessel mouth with two suspension loops, with attached suspension chain
[EGYPT 29568] 'The waxing moon and the Eye of Horus at Dendera.' This forceful image of the moon on a pillar, decorated with the "healed eye" of Horus, can be found on the astronomical ceiling of the outer hypostyle hall in the Hathor Temple at Dendera. The astronomical ceiling consists of seven separate strips but here we are looking at a detail of the FIRST STRIP WEST from centre.