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Mask, from a coffin; female head, wearing a garland, represented with black wavy hair; eyes of porce (cont.)
Eyes, from a mummy case; two with glass or obsidian pupils set in bronze sockets, the white or tunic (cont.)
Eye, in alabaster, with glass or obsidian pupil, from a mummy case. Tell el-Yahudiyyeh.
Pillow, or head-rest, with a lunated top, with a long pedestal, and a stem in the form of a fluted c (cont.)
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with a version of Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead. The upper pa (cont.)
Green basalt human-headed Scarab, inscribed with Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead; the owner's n (cont.)
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead; the owner's name was [HIER (cont.)
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with nine lines of hieroglyphics, which read: [HIEROGLYPHS]. 2½ in. (cont.)
Grayish-green stone Scarab, with striped elytra, and base uninscribed. L. 1¾ in. Given by Sir Woll (cont.)
Stone Scarab, uninscribed, coated with bitumen. Given by Sir Wollaston Franks, K. C. B. L. 1½ in.
Porphyry Scarab, uninscribed, with striped elytra. Found near the Great Pyramid. 2⅝ in. | 1⅞ in.
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed on the base with the figure of a lion in outline. L. 2⅛ in. Bubasti (cont.)