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A plaster copy of a siltstone palette, commonly known as the Battlefield Palette, Vultures Palette o (cont.)
A cast of high relief carved block with label on back. The cartouche is that of Intef VI of the 17th (cont.)
This is a small ellipsoid jar with a direct rim and a flat base. It has been carved by hand, as seen (cont.)
A plaque of a seated man worshipping a bull with a sun disc between its horns. The object is in thr (cont.)
A stone torso with a back pillar. This is probably a fake or a recut object.
A coarse redware shabti, tripartite wig, collar, arms crossed, no implements visible, 'flounced slee (cont.)
A triangular based conical metal object. Accompanying handwritten label: 'Summit of Cheops, brought (cont.)
Four fragments of dried plant stem (?) with small scraps of papyrus attached (possibly to create a f (cont.)
A small chip of stone with a handwritten label reading 'vocal statue of Memnon'.
These scraps of linen mummy wrappings are discoloured and the edges are fraying.
A small bag-shaped jar with parallel lines across the body indicating it has been wheel-made with a (cont.)
A small glass bottle with a cork stopper containing cloudy yellow liquid. It is labelled 'water from (cont.)
A fragment of limestone with a handwritten inscription 'Tomb of Memnon' on two sides.
A handwritten label with inscription 'two jars and fruit, also mummy bread brought from Egypt by the (cont.)
A detached handwritten label. One side states 'Right compartment = objects brought back from Egypt b (cont.)