Gold pendants with inlays of semi precious stones and glass paste from the tomb of Queen Ahhotep, Western Thebes, Eighteenth Dynasty. Collars of Queen Ahhotep were found in her tomb in Dra Abu el-Naga in western Thebes together with many other pieces of jewelry. The small rosettes with petals of turquoise, lapis lazuli and carnelian probably decorated a tissue, while the drop-shaped pendants and circular pendants with amethyst were parts of collars.
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