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Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, inscribed with an obelisk, [HIEROGLYPH], and double [HIEROGLYPH]; (cont.)
Rectangular Case for holding the mummy, probably of a small cobra, as on the top there is a figure i (cont.)
Rectangular Case for containing the mummy of a small snake ; judging from the figure in relief on t (cont.)
Rectangular Case for containing the mummy of a snake ; made out of a solid piece of wood, hollowed o (cont.)
Uræus, coiled with head erect, loop on the top of the second fold. H. ¾ in. Green faïence. Thebes.
Uraeus, with many folds, in the attitude of moving. ½ in. X ⅞ in. Faïence. Bubastis.
Uræus, erect. H. ½ in. Very fine blue faïence with a line of yellow slip in front. Thebes.
Uræi, two standing erect upon a basket, with loop behind, emblem of dominion over the North and Sou (cont.)
Plaque, containing the figure of a king or deity, standing, winged in pierced work, wearing a conica (cont.)
Vase, or bottle with one handle, ornamented with bands in red, blue and green, in various designs, a (cont.)
Uræus, with plumes, it has perhaps been inlaid with glass; loop behind. H. 1½ in. Bronze.
Amulets, of the counterpoise of a collar, a sam, two sceptres, a snake, a sceptre on a plaque or a f (cont.)
Cippus of Horus, with rounded top. Horus is standing upon crocodiles, with a mask of Bes over his he (cont.)