Today, from the Egyptian museum in Tahrir, we show you the amazing necklace of King Psusennes I (c.1039–991 BC). It was was discovered around the neck of the mummy of King Psusennes I, one of the kings of Egypt’s Twenty-first Dynasty. This collar is one of the three shebyu-collars of pharaoh Psusennes I. This intricate collar is made almost entirely of gold, and consists of fourteen gold chains each of which ends in a lotus flower bead. The top of the collar consists of five concentric rows made up of thousands of thin gold disks strung side-by-side. The central clasp bears two of Psusennes I’s names.