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Blue paste Cylinder, pierced, inscribed with the name Men-ka-Rā, etc. [HIEROGLYPHS]. L. ¹¹⁄₁₆ in.
Green glazed Cowroid, inscribed with [HIEROGLYPHS] Meri-Rā, the prenomen of Pepi I., a king of the V (cont.)
Gray glazed steatite Oval, inscribed with [HIEROGLYPHS] on one side, and [HIEROGLYPHS] on the other. (cont.)
Fragment of lapis-lazuli Cylinder, inscribed with [HIEROGLYPHS], χerp-χeper-Rā setep-en-Rā, i.e., th (cont.)
Blue paste Cylinder, inscribed with figures of animals and the prenomen Men-χeper-Rā repeated twice. (cont.)
Light glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed on the base [HIEROGLYPHS], Maāt sa Rā. L. ½ in.
Glazed steatite Cylinder, inscribed in green:- [HIEROGLYPHS]. L. 1¹¹⁄₁₆ in. Thebes.
Seal or Stamp, having [hieroglyphs] "the house of Amen" engraved in relief upon it. A ring at the to (cont.)
Seal, with a clenched fist on the top, as a handle, engraved on the base with a winged monster and a (cont.)