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Recycled Brass Bomb Shell Jewellery

Recycled Brass Bomb Shell Jewellery | Lyn&or on the web | Scoop.it

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Craftworks Cambodia's curator insight, May 30, 2013 6:44 AM

Fair Trade Cambodia.Jewellery Made From Recycled Brass Bomb Shell Tree of Life Necklace, ethically handcrafted by disadvantaged home based workers in the community. www.craftworkscambodia.com

Dena Patrick|Wishadoo's comment, June 18, 2013 7:10 AM
That is beautiful!!!!
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Dakar floods uncover ancient jewellery: researchers

Dakar floods uncover ancient jewellery: researchers | Lyn&or on the web | Scoop.it

Pieces of pottery, iron tools and jewellery dating back thousands of years have been discovered in Dakar after recent torrential rains flooded some suburbs, university researchers told AFP on Monday.Moustapha Sall, a lecturer and researcher at Dakar's Cheick Anta Diop university said he happened upon the items by chance during a visit to the suburb of Ouest-Foire in the north-east of the capital after the rains on August 26.


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Ancient Egyptian jewellery plucked from burial mound of Siberian 'virgin princess'

Ancient Egyptian jewellery plucked from burial mound of Siberian 'virgin princess' | Lyn&or on the web | Scoop.it
This brightly-coloured glass jewellery, believed to be from Ancient Egypt, has been found around the neck of a skeleton discovered in a 2,400-year-old burial mound.

 

Glass necklace discovered inside 2,400-year-old burial moundJewellery thought to have belonged to a 25-year-old virgin priestessExperts want to pinpoint precise origin of priceless beads




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égyptophile's curator insight, February 4, 2013 2:21 AM

Extraordinary brightly-coloured glass jewellery believed to be from Ancient Egypt has been found in a 2,400-year-old burial mound in Siberia. 

Nicknamed 'Cleopatra's Necklace' by the Russians who found it, the jewellery was discovered on the skeleton of a 25-year-old woman, believed to have been a virgin priestess.

Although it was discovered during a dig nine years ago, this is the first time a picture of the priceless 17-bead necklace has been shown since it was found in the Altai Mountains by archaeologist Yelena Borodovskya.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2272817/Ancient-Egyptian-necklace-skeleton-virgin-priestess-Siberian-burial-mound.html#axzz2JsrVsJ7v