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Vase of amphora shape in white opaque glass, with a small beading round the rim, a zigzag pattern of (cont.)
Vase, in dark green steatite, flat-sided and wedge-shaped, with two embryo handles. H. 1½ in.
Vase for holding koḥl ; globular body, flat circular moulded base, narrow neck, with a wide mouth an (cont.)
Libation Vase or Cup, from the great find of Royal mummies at Dêr el-Baḥari, with a square tablet on (cont.)
Bes, figure in the form of a vase; ring behind. H. ⅞ in. Pale greenish faïence.
Measure or vase in zoned alabaster with a small handle on one side. H. 6 in. : dia. 5½ in. Benha.
Head of a Goat, in coarse earthenware, coloured blue in tempera. It probably formed the head of a s (cont.)
Vase, of elegant form, having the cartouche of āa-xeperu-Rā, Amenophis II., and Khemennu, the ancien (cont.)
Amphora, with two handles, conical base with a small foot, ornamented with coloured bands and other (cont.)
Amphora, or vase without any handles, long neck and conical base. H. 7½ in. Red glazed terra-cotta. (cont.)
Bottle, or Jug, with a handle, and a grotesque face of Bes incised upon the belly. H. 7 in. Fawn co (cont.)
Vase, or bottle with one handle, ornamented with bands in red, blue and green, in various designs, a (cont.)
Vase or bottle, with two handles fixed on to a short neck; the body swells out and is marked with co (cont.)
Vase or bottle of peculiar form, with a short cylindrical neck and two handles, standing as it were (cont.)
Vase, with open mouth, with painted ornamentation on the shoulder. H. 5 in. Red earthenware. Bubast (cont.)
The bottle is a closed vessel with an egg-shaped body and a narrow neck, concluding in a protruding (cont.)