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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.
Greenish-blue glass Scarab, uninscribed, with fragment of original silver frame. L. ⁷⁄₁₆ in.
Rectangular light blue opaque glass Plaque, inscribed: obv. [HIEROGLYPHS], rev. [HIEROGLYPHS], "Beau (cont.)
Triangular shaped black bead with yellow dots. Probably glass. Recorded as coming from Bubastis. Pur (cont.)
Vase of amphora shape in white opaque glass, with a small beading round the rim, a zigzag pattern of (cont.)
Papyrus Sceptre, [hieroglyph], with a vertical dedication down the front in hieroglyphics, "said by (cont.)
Symbolic Eye, [hieroglyph]. right, in fine polished bright blue glass, with black pupil. 1 in. X 1½ (cont.)
Ȧnpu, similar figure [HP2177]; left arm bent at the elbow, holding some object. H. 1⅛ in. Black gla (cont.)
Qebḥsennuf, one of the four children of Horus, or genii of the Amenti. A rare specimen in glass, the (cont.)
Frog, a pendent, typified "fertility", "myriads". 4½ in. Turquoise-blue glass.
Coin in glass, of the Roman period, with an Emperor's head on the obverse. Bubastis.