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Cartouche on stone, Merenptah, the 13th born son, and successor, of Ramesses II. He reigned between (cont.)
Small clay mould of flower. From Ivor Hutchins. Very like examples from Amarna eg. EES archive card (cont.)
A fragment of a light blue faience plaque, which is inscribed on two sides. The front side contains (cont.)
A faience multiple wadjet eye amulet. It was donated by Ivor Hutchins. The wadjet eye or 'Eye of Hor (cont.)
A faience multiple wadjet eye amulet, donated by Ivor Hutchins. The wadjet eye or 'Eye of Horus' was (cont.)
A faience winged scarab. The scarab was a symbol of rebirth. It was donated by Ivor Hutchins.
This faience ankh amulet was donated by Ivor Hutchins. The ankh was the symbol of life.
A faience frog amulet with hieroglyphs on the base. Frogs, probably because of their large numbers o (cont.)
This faience scarab with wings would have been sewn onto mummy wrappings. These items usually date t (cont.)
A faience amulet of the goddess Nephthys. Nephthys was the sister of Isis.
Blue faience beads, various amulet bead shapes, partially strung. From Ivor Hutchins. 26.7cm long.