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https://flic.kr/p/84jDnB | Temple of Zeus Complex - Museum -  Decapolis City of Gerasa - Jerash, Jordan

https://flic.kr/p/84jDnB | Temple of Zeus Complex - Museum - Decapolis City of Gerasa - Jerash, Jordan

https://flic.kr/p/eJU7iq | View from above  Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Tverya

View from above Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Tverya

https://flic.kr/p/4X8UwM | Sea of Galilee | Looking east between the ancient villages of Korazin and Capernaum on the North Shore of the Sea of Galilee.

https://flic.kr/p/4X8UwM | Sea of Galilee | Looking east between the ancient villages of Korazin and Capernaum on the North Shore of the Sea of Galilee.

https://flic.kr/p/jMbH5B | Kinnereth - Sea of Galilee (Panorama) | Kinnereth (Sea of Galilee), Israel - panorama of the southern end, February 5th, 2014  ים כנרת, ישראל - פנורמה של החלק הדרומי, 5 בפברואר 2014

Kinnereth - Sea of Galilee (Panorama)

https://flic.kr/p/aFZKKc | walk like an Egyptian 01 | I love these - I could be wrong but I think they are quite old but I am glad the NMS has held on to them in their huge refit, they are lovely, detailed dioramas of ancient Egyptian life. You don't quite get the effect here in a photo, but when you see them for real they have a fab skewed '3d' perspective, using a mixture of models and painting and angling the perspectives and heights to create a fairly convincing 3 dimensional effect…

https://flic.kr/p/aFZKKc | walk like an Egyptian 01 | I love these - I could be wrong but I think they are quite old but I am glad the NMS has held on to them in their huge refit, they are lovely, detailed dioramas of ancient Egyptian life. You don't quite get the effect here in a photo, but when you see them for real they have a fab skewed '3d' perspective, using a mixture of models and painting and angling the perspectives and heights to create a fairly convincing 3 dimensional effect…

https://flic.kr/p/9i7DHA | bead jewellery | left to right  Museum number: UC.18727a Blue faience beads. Harageh, P1a.L-LII.  Museum number: UC.18727b Carnelian beads. Harageh, pls.L-LII.  Museum number: UC.18727c Black faience beads. Harageh, L-LII.

https://flic.kr/p/9i7DHA | bead jewellery | left to right Museum number: UC.18727a Blue faience beads. Harageh, P1a.L-LII. Museum number: UC.18727b Carnelian beads. Harageh, pls.L-LII. Museum number: UC.18727c Black faience beads. Harageh, L-LII.

https://flic.kr/p/9i7Dz7 | Various glass goods |  The Petrie Museum has a large collection of Egyptian glass from the New Kingdom to the modern period...  Glass appears sporadically as a material before Dynasty 18 [1550-1292BC].  It is probable that the knowledge of glass making was introduced to Egypt from the Near East at about this time as it was known centuries earlier there.  Glass was a highly favoured luxury material in the New Kingdom [about 1550-1069 BC].  Glass became popular among…

https://flic.kr/p/9i7Dz7 | Various glass goods | The Petrie Museum has a large collection of Egyptian glass from the New Kingdom to the modern period... Glass appears sporadically as a material before Dynasty 18 [1550-1292BC]. It is probable that the knowledge of glass making was introduced to Egypt from the Near East at about this time as it was known centuries earlier there. Glass was a highly favoured luxury material in the New Kingdom [about 1550-1069 BC]. Glass became popular among…

https://flic.kr/p/9i4zce | Delish assortment of glass objects |  The Petrie Museum has a large collection of Egyptian glass from the New Kingdom to the modern period...  Glass appears sporadically as a material before Dynasty 18 [1550-1292BC].  It is probable that the knowledge of glass making was introduced to Egypt from the Near East at about this time as it was known centuries earlier there.  Glass was a highly favoured luxury material in the New Kingdom [about 1550-1069 BC].  Glass ...

https://flic.kr/p/9i4zce | Delish assortment of glass objects | The Petrie Museum has a large collection of Egyptian glass from the New Kingdom to the modern period... Glass appears sporadically as a material before Dynasty 18 [1550-1292BC]. It is probable that the knowledge of glass making was introduced to Egypt from the Near East at about this time as it was known centuries earlier there. Glass was a highly favoured luxury material in the New Kingdom [about 1550-1069 BC]. Glass ...

https://flic.kr/p/phveQw | egyptian jewelry

https://flic.kr/p/phveQw | egyptian jewelry

https://flic.kr/p/9i7FDs | Dresses from Deshasheh | From display board by dresses  "These two garments are some of the oldest pieces of clothing that survive from Ancient Egypt [UC31182 and UC31183].  They date from Dynasty 5 [2494-2343BC].  Petrie excavated them in 1897 at Deshasheh in the Fayum.  These dresses wre two of nine 'shirts' that Petrie found in the same tomb.  The dresses are made in one piece of linen reaching from high waist to feet and two pieces of linen for the long ...

https://flic.kr/p/9i7FDs | Dresses from Deshasheh | From display board by dresses "These two garments are some of the oldest pieces of clothing that survive from Ancient Egypt [UC31182 and UC31183]. They date from Dynasty 5 [2494-2343BC]. Petrie excavated them in 1897 at Deshasheh in the Fayum. These dresses wre two of nine 'shirts' that Petrie found in the same tomb. The dresses are made in one piece of linen reaching from high waist to feet and two pieces of linen for the long ...

https://flic.kr/p/9i4Bez | Dresses from Deshasheh | From display board by dresses  "These two garments are some of the oldest pieces of clothing that survive from Ancient Egypt [UC31182 and UC31183].  They date from Dynasty 5 [2494-2343BC].  Petrie excavated them in 1897 at Deshasheh in the Fayum.  These dresses wre two of nine 'shirts' that Petrie found in the same tomb.  The dresses are made in one piece of linen reaching from high waist to feet and two pieces of linen for the long ...

https://flic.kr/p/9i4Bez | Dresses from Deshasheh | From display board by dresses "These two garments are some of the oldest pieces of clothing that survive from Ancient Egypt [UC31182 and UC31183]. They date from Dynasty 5 [2494-2343BC]. Petrie excavated them in 1897 at Deshasheh in the Fayum. These dresses wre two of nine 'shirts' that Petrie found in the same tomb. The dresses are made in one piece of linen reaching from high waist to feet and two pieces of linen for the long ...