- Giza 3D
- My Giza
Strand of beads: composed of one hundred and forty-five alabaster disc beads, one faience and one ivory ball bead.
Reisner, George A. Mycerinus: The Temples of the Third Pyramid at Giza. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1931, p. 235.
Subjects: Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: Menkaure valley temple
Description: Amulets and beads from Menkaure valley temple (1910): top row: five amulets: MFA 11.849 (scorpion ?), MFA 11.848 (Taweret), MFA 11.851 (fish), MFA 11.850 (turtle), MFA 11.864 (hippopotamus head ?), six barrel beads: __-__-__, __-__-__, __-__-__, MFA 11.867, __-__-__, __-__-__, six cylinder beads: MFA 11.858, MFA 11.856, MFA 11.859, MFA 11.857, MFA 11.861, MFA 11.860 second row: stand of beads: MFA 11.869; third row, left: cluster of five amulets: MFA 11.855 (foot), MFA 11.868 (upper left), MFA 11.883 (lower left), __-__-__ (upper right), MFA 11.878 (lower right); third row, center: MFA 11.846 (alabaster heart amulet); third row, right: cluster of six amulets: MFA 11.885 (upper left), MFA 11.854 (lower left), MFA 11.886 (upper center), MFA 11.876 (lower center), MFA 11.877 (upper right), MFA 11.866 (lower right); fourth row: stand of beads: MFA 11.873; bottom row, left: MFA 11.852 (barrel bead), MFA 11.847 (ear or nose ring); bottom row, right: cluster of six scarab beads: MFA 11.863, MFA 11.865, MFA 11.870, MFA 11.871, MFA 11.874, MFA 11.875