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Light glazed steatite Hedgehog, inscribed on the base [HIEROGLYPHS]. L. ¾ in.
Head of Bes, with a large plume head-dress ; perforated for suspension to a necklace. 1⅞ in. X 1⅝ i (cont.)
Disk, with the head of Bes and two animals on each side, with the right symbolic eye or utchat on th (cont.)
Sepulchral Amulets ; twenty-five in blue, green and brown glazed faïence plaques, and four in wood, (cont.)
Ankh, crux ansata, the handled tan cross, emblem of life and animation, which object was always hel (cont.)
The Ṭeṭ, or Ṭaṭ, [hieroglyph] , the emblem of stability and of the backbone of the god Osiris, direc (cont.)
Ṭeṭ, [hieroglyph] , emblem of stability. H. 1¼ in. Pale blue faïence. Kom el-Aḥmar.
Crown of Upper Egypt [hieroglyph] , the Ḥctʹ, emblem of dominion over the upper country. H. 1³⁄₁₆ i (cont.)
Crown of Lower Egypt, [hieroglyph] , the Ṭesher, emblem of dominion over the lower country. H. 1½ i (cont.)