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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.)
Model of an Archimedian Screw. It consists of a cylinder in terracotta with a screw inside it. Near (cont.)
Medicine Mortar, with four projections in the rim. Dia. 5 in. Alabaster. Ptolemaic (?). Kom el-Aḥma (cont.)
Harpocrates, naked, wearing side-lock, right hand drawn up and index finger touching his lips, left (cont.)
Lamp in the form of a Boat, with a man seated in the stern. L. 3¾ in. Red glazed terra-cotta. Roman (cont.)
Handle of a Vase, in the form of a flower, incurved, with the head of a lioness coming out of the ce (cont.)
Hercules, standing, wielding a club over his head, naked. Plate IV. H. 4½ in. Bronze. Roman period.
Vase, with long neck, and a repoussé mask of a woman on each side. H. 2¼ in. Moulded glass, yellowi (cont.)
Cippus of Horus, with rounded top. Horus is standing upon crocodiles, with a mask of Bes over his he (cont.)
Lamp holder? consisting of a fluted bronze rod, with a hand at one end, thumb and first finger exten (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.