Ancient Egyptian pendant (gold, lapis lazuli, and red glass), depicting the divine family of Osiris, Isis, and Horus. On the pillar supporting Osiris is the cartouche of the 22nd Dynasty pharaoh Osorkon II (r. 872-837 BCE). Now in the Louvre. Photo credit: Guillaume Blanchard/Wikimedia Commons.
Ba amulet from the tomb of Prince Hornakht, son of Osorkon II. The Ba amulet, found on the body of the prince assured the deceased of reunion with his soul.
lapis lazuli, width: 8 cm, from Tanis, NRT I.
3rd Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, ca. 874-850 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Painted wood funerary stele of an ancient Egyptian noblewoman named Taperet, showing her worshiping the god Horus. Artist unknown; ca. 1000-800 BCE (22nd Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period). Now in the Louvre. Photo credit: Rama/Wikimedia Commons.
~ Neck from a vessel depicting the goddess Hathor flanked by felines.
Period: Third Intermediate Period
Dynasty: 21st-22nd Dynasty
Date: ca. 1070–712 B.C.
Place of origin: From Egypt, Eastern Delta, Tell Basta (Bubastis), Temple of Bastet, ancient cache
Medium: Silver, gold
One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II’s body with representations of the Wadjet eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the right equated with the sun and the left equated with the moon. By wearing these bracelets the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity.
From Tanis. Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian and white faience. 3rd Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, ca. 887-885 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE 72184B.
Karomama, Divine consort of Amun: 22nd Dynasty,C.850 B.C. Amun’s wife. the most beautiful bronze ever discovered in Egypt. The princess, granddaughter of Osorkon I, is shown with the attributes of the pharaoh
Triad of Osorkon II: Osiris flanked by Isis and Horus, Third Intermediate Period, c.874-850 BC (gold & lapis lazuli), Egyptian 22nd Dynasty (945-715 BC) / Louvre, Paris, France / Peter Willi / Bridgeman Images