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Egypt

Published onSep 09, 2020
Egypt

Top shelf

Osiris, 664-31BCE 

Egypt 

Bronze 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

4.1.3 

 Isis suckling Horus, 664-31BCE 

Egypt 

Bronze 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

4.1.5 

*Isis, 7th- 1st cent. BCE 

Egypt 

Gilded wood, with bronze crown 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the Permanent Collection of the Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.  

5.1.1 

For more information see: https://newworld.pubpub.org/pub/isis-figure

Situla, 630-332BCE 

Egypt 

Bronze 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

4.1.7 

Bottom Shelf

 Shabti, 332-30BCE 

Egypt 

Ceramic 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

2.1.1  

Shabti, 664-525BCE 

Egypt 

Ceramic 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

2.1.2 

Ibis, 664-30BCE 

Egypt 

Gilded Wood and Bronze 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

5.1.2ab  

Imset (Imseti) Canopic Jar Lid, 1500BCE 

Egypt 

Alabaster (Travertine) 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

6.1.1 

For more information see: https://newworld.pubpub.org/pub/egypt-theme

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