Anonymous Persian artist - A drawing of four lions sharing a single head, amid elegant floral sprays one of which morphs into a leopard’s head. N.d., Safavid dynasty/17th century
Gold heandband with gazelles and a stag
The Second Intermediate period is a period when the Egyptian throne is ruled by foreigners. This piece is clearly not Egyptian in style and yet it was made in Egypt.
Egyptian, Second Intermediate Period, dynasty 15, 1648 - 1550 BC.
Probably from the Eastern Delta region.
Source: metropolitan Museum