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1Royal Class Ruled over Egypt 2 Military Class 3Common Class worked in fields were happy and productive The Ancient Egyptians traded things they made at home to get jewelry Everyone wore jewelry not just rich people Rich people had more gold in their jewelry and the poor people just have jewelry made out of beads Gold Smiths and jewelers made jewelry The Pharaohs owned all of the gold The Egyptians either got the gold from the pharaoh giving it to them or they would steal the gold from the tombs They liked to wear bold colors Their favorite colors are blue green red and gold The blue stood for the water and the holy sky green for vegetation red was for the color of blood and gold was for the gods They loved a lot of gold in their jewelry Egyptians wore as much jewelry as they could afford Both men and women wore jewelry The Egyptians thought jewelry was protection form evil or illness because it had amulets in it Jewelry was worn for decoration since their clothes were plain white It could also be a symbol of wealth Some of the jewelry was worn when they were alive and sometimes it was only made for funerary use they would only use it for funerals The Egyptians thought that the jewelry would protect them on their way to the next world Broad collars were the most popular neck ornaments worn in Ancient Egypt Broad collars were worn in the Old and Middle Kingdom My necklace is an example of a Broad collar witch was made in the Middle Kingdom and belonged to a Princess named Ita-weret from Dahshur Broad collars were made with cylindrical beads or tubes strung vertically in rows in a semi-circular shape and the last row drop beads and have 2 end pieces on either side to hold the necklace together CLOTHING AND JEWELRY
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