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Mask, in cartonnage, from a mummy coffin, composed of plaster, coloured, laid upon linen; the face i (cont.)
Eyes, from a mummy case; two with glass or obsidian pupils set in bronze sockets, the white or tunic (cont.)
Implement, with a hook at one end; supposed to have been used in the process of embalming the mummy, (cont.)
Greenish-blue glass Scarab, uninscribed, with fragment of original silver frame. L. ⁷⁄₁₆ in.
Dark green basalt Scarab, set In a gold covering, upon which is inscribed [hieroglyphs] Neter nefer (cont.)
Dark glazed steatite Scarab set in metal rim, inscribed with a winged disk and [HIEROGLYPHS] before (cont.)
Necklet of finely plaited wire, four-sided, with a circular boss, upon which is the head of Medusa i (cont.)
Rā, [hieroglyph] , a small amulet standard, having on it the head of this god, hawk-headed, with uræ (cont.)
Symbolic Eye, bifrons, perforated. L. ⁵⁄₁₆ in. Gold. Harris Collection.
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 receiving the mummied remains of a hawk ; it has been opened. Upon the top is a (cont.)
Ȧmen-Rā, human-headed, wearing part of the Ṭesher or red crown of the lower country, surmounted by t (cont.)
Ȧmen-Rā, in the attitude of walking, left leg advanced, wearing the tall plumes, tunic round the loi (cont.)
Ȧmsu, wearing the Ṭeśer crown, the plumes are wanting, in mummied form, holding up his right arm. Th (cont.)