"Udjat" amulet with depictions of Bes and fish. I Mill. B. C.

Amulets, or magical charms, were closely connected with jewelry and were kept in conceptual
and stylistic unity with it. This is indicated by numerous items from the collections of different
museums, including the State Museum of Fine Arts. This is an udjat amulet – the Eye of Horus,
one of the most important religious symbols.

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