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Beard, from a mummy coffin, wood, painted black and yellow. L. 8 in. Given by Sir Wollaston Fran (cont.)
Implement, with a hook at one end; supposed to have been used in the process of embalming the mummy, (cont.)
Stone Scarab, uninscribed, coated with bitumen. Given by Sir Wollaston Franks, K. C. B. L. 1½ in.
Green glazed faience Scarab, from the bead work covering of a mummy. L. 2¾ in. Memphis.
Black faïence Scarab, pierced on the edges with six holes, by which it was attached to the mummy. L (cont.)
Green glazed faïence Scarab, similar to the preceding [HP125], but having a black back. L. 2⅜ in. T (cont.)
Light green glazed faïence Scarab, uninscribed, from the beadwork of a mummy. L. ⅝ in.
Greenish-yellow glazed faïence Scarab, uninscribed, from the beadwork of a mummy. L. ½ in.
Yellow glazed rectangular steatite Plaque, with the cow of Hathor in hollow work on one side, and th (cont.)