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Jewelry from The Royal Tombs of Ur

Queen Pu-abi’s headdress from the ancient royal tomb of Ur in Mesopotamia

The crown jewels of the Sumerian Queen Puabi AKA Shabad. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA.

The crown jewels of the Sumerian Queen Puabi AKA Shabad. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. Photo by Babylon Chronicle [500x667]

coolartefact: “The crown jewels of the Sumerian Queen Puabi AKA Shabad. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. Photo by Babylon Chronicle Source:.

Sumeria: Exploration of the Royal Tombs of Ur. An attendant of Queen Pu-abi. All of the women wore elaborate headdresses and jewelry.

Sumeria: Exploration of the Royal Tombs of Ur. An attendant of Queen Pu-abi. All of the women wore elaborate headdresses and jewelry. I used to visit this headdress at the British Museum in London.

Pu'abi or Shab'ad "The Sumerian princess" : Jewelry and headdress of gold and imported precious stones such as carnelian and lapis lazuli from India and Afghanistan. From the Royal Cemetery of Ur. Early Dynastic, ca. 2400 BC. The National Museum of Iraq - Baghdad

Pu'abi or Shab'ad "The Sumerian princess" : Jewelry and headdress of gold and imported precious stones such as carnelian and lapis lazuli from India and Afghanistan. Royal Cemetery of Ur. The National Museum of Iraq - Baghdad

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Golden Crown From The Tomb Of Queen Yaba (Wife Of Tiglath-Pileser III), Nimrud, Assyria, Century BC.

Jewelry from The Royal Tombs of Ur

Queen Puabi’s Headdress, Diadem, Beaded Cape, and Jewelry Early Dynastic III BCE) Royal Cemetery, Ur (modern day Iraq). I am a huge fan of near eastern arqueology

Jewellery from the  Royal Tombs of Ur

Reconstructed sumerian headgear necklaces british museum - Royal Cemetery at Ur - Wikipedia

The flattened skull and jewelry of Queen Puabi just as it was found in her tomb at Ur in Sumeria

A female attendant found in the Great Death Pit at the Royal Tombs at Ur. Often mistaken for Queen Pu-abi because of all the jewelry, this attendant is one of 26 others found wearing such adornments.

Style, soul, and history . . . all in a single piece of adornment. Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts. Her handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings are all one-of-a-kind treasures, collected and worn by women and men around the world.

Style, soul, and history . all in a single piece of adornment. Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts.

Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts. Her handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings are all one-of-a-kind treasures, collected and worn by women and men around the world.

Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts.

anna holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts.

Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts. Her handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings

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