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Un fragmento de corona similar a la anterior, pero que en este caso se trata de una pieza egipcia y fechada en los años de Imperio Nuevo: Del 1370 al 1300 a.C.. Pertenece al Museo de El Cairo (al que agradecemos nos permita divulgar su imagen) y su parecido con las diademas que siglos más tarde proliferan entre las damas y reinas en el mundo ibérico,

TARTESSOS Y LO INVISIBLE EN EL ARTE:: octubre 2011

TARTESSOS Y LO INVISIBLE EN EL ARTE:: octubre 2011

TARTESSOS Y LO INVISIBLE EN EL ARTE:: octubre 2011

Broad Collar Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Thutmose III Date: ca. 1479–1425 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III, Wadi D, Tomb 1

Sweden's most splendid proto-prehistoric object is a 1500 year-old gold collar from Ålleberg which was made so skillfully that today’s goldsmiths do not know how it was made. Made of seven tubular rings, each divided into halves and joined together by a hinge. The spaces between the rings are filled with small miniature figures, humans and animals, almost invisible to the eye. Some have suggested that together they tell a story. Only 9 inches in diameter, some question how it was worn.

Collar with medallions containing coins of emperors roman period AD 225 ca Egypt,Memphite Region Gold

Macedonian and Ptolemaic Period Date: 332–222 B.C. gold, carnelian, turquoise, lapis lazuli

TARTESSOS AND THE INVISIBLE ART :: THE INVISIBLE IN MYTHOLOGY: The oxen of Geryon into the treasury of the Carambolo (Part IV: First analysis of your jewelry)