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A lot of 8 Egyptian terracotta amulet molds, New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Lot includes a pair of mold for a Wedjat, or 'Eye of Horus', one of which with a uraeus before it, a lovely molded for a palm frond tile inlay, another for a double ‘knot of Isis’ amulet, one for a poppy bead necklace element, one for a scarab and two for rosette beads. A few containing remains of the white paste from use and earthen deposits. Well preserved. Largest measures 39mm in width.
Nebtawy in Roy's tomb at Luxor.' A mural detail in the tomb of Roy shows Nebtawy, Roy's wife, holding a sistrum with Hathor head, a stem of papyrus and a Menat necklace (with counterweight). Roy was an 18th dynasty royal scribe during the reign of Horemheb. His tomb (TT 255) can be found in the Necropolis of Dra Abu el-Naga on the Westbank at Luxor.
Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun The king seated on a folding chair, covered with a leopard skin and cushions and pouring water or anointing oil in the bowl shaped into a hand of Ankhesenamun which has lain down on a pillow. In both figures, the left hand is a right hand as shown, so that the thumb is visible.