These are silver amulets in the shape of Horus as a hawk.
They are from a burial in grave D 14 at Abydos. The silversmith who made these hammered them out of sheet silver and gold. The amulets may have been sewn onto the bandages of a mummy. Some have traces of gold on the surface which is particularly relevant for funerary amulets. Gold Horus amulets were associated with Chapter 77 of the Book of the Dead, entitled “Spell for being transformed into a falcon of gold”. These are silver amulets in the shape of Horus as a hawk. They are made from silver and gold. They are between 3,800 aand 4,000 years old, dating to the 12th Dynasty (1985-1795 BCE) in the Middle Kingdom.