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Eyes, from a mummy case; two with glass or obsidian pupils set in bronze sockets, the white or tunic (cont.)
Shoes, a pair of red leather shoes; the uppers are perfect; they were fastened by means of a lace. (cont.)
Sandals, for a child; a pair in leather. L. 5½ in. 4th — 6th century a.d. Der el-Hammâlîn.
Sandals; a pair of child's shoes or sandals in leather, with pointed toes; one strap of twisted leat (cont.)
Object, in bone, in the form of an arm and hand, placed upon the covering of the arm of a mummy; the (cont.)
End of Straps, slightly concave at the base; part of braces which crossed the shoulders of mummies o (cont.)
End of a Strap or Braces, from the shoulders of a mummy. Upon it is stamped, in relief, the figure (cont.)
Gray glazed steatite Scarab, inscribed [HIEROGLYPHS], Men Ḥeru Rā, and fish-bone ornaments. L. ⁹⁄₁ (cont.)
Genii of the Amenti, gilded wax tablet, with the four genii and Osiris in the centre. 1½ in. X 2¼ (cont.)
Palette, with two oval holes to contain the red and black pigments ; both are stained with them ; th (cont.)
A long rectangular bone die. See Petrie Museum example UC59198 for a similar die, probably of Roman (cont.)
Calf, seated upon the ground, with left leg extended. 1½ in. X 2 in. Ivory. Cairo.