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Textiles, a case containing three fragments of woven tapestry; the central one is a square panel, pa (cont.)
Fragment of a Garment, with a long strip of embroidery in colours, having upon it the figure of a sa (cont.)
Piece of rough towel material, of woven tapestry, with a strip of purple wool embroidery up the cent (cont.)
Case, containing three pieces of textile fabrics; the first piece is a band of a linen robe of woven (cont.)
Circular Ornament, from a robe; in yellow flax linen, with a circular ornament woven in purple, repr (cont.)
Sock, knitted in various coloured wools, with a receptacle formed for the great toe. L. 9 in. Copt (cont.)
Sandals, for a child; a pair in leather. L. 5½ in. 4th — 6th century a.d. Der el-Hammâlîn.
A long rectangular bone die. See Petrie Museum example UC59198 for a similar die, probably of Roman (cont.)
Figure of a Shepherd (?), in mixed metal, feet broken off. H. 3¾ in. Late Roman. Bubastis.
Coin in glass, of the Roman period, with an Emperor's head on the obverse. Bubastis.
Bust of a Man, wearing a star on his head ; three holes on the breast for fixing to something. H. (cont.)
Cupid, draped in a short tunic ; one leg and hand broken off. H. 2½ in. Bronze. Roman period. Bubas (cont.)
Ear-rings, a pair, in the form of prick spurs, the points resemble maize. L. 2½ in. Gold. Roman per (cont.)
Green glass Bottle, with long neck, iridescent on the rim. H. 2⅛ in. Roman period. Fayyûm.
Green glass Bottle, squared body with pinched-in sides. H. 1½ in. Roman period. Fayyûm.
Green glass Vase, with slip ornament applied upon the body. H. 1⅝ in. Roman period. Fayyûm.