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A green schist heart-scarab with ten rows of hieroglyphic text on base, which form Chapter 30B of th (cont.)
Three rolled bandages, one with black ink, and a mummified snake inside a linen package.
A limestone lid of a canopic jar depicting the god Hapy with black painted eyes. Its ears are missin (cont.)
Black painted wooden figure of the Anubis-jackal, which is made from several pieces of wood glued to (cont.)
A canopic jar lid, depicting the head of falcon god Qebehsenuef with facial features highlighted in (cont.)
A canopic jar lid, in the form of the jackal-headed god Duamutef. No. 174 is written on the base.
A faience tablet with four vessels on a modern stand. Such items have for long proved mysterious and (cont.)
A square wadjet eye amulet made of faience. These square-shaped amulets were placed on mummies. This (cont.)
A travertine canopic jar with an inscription for Qebehsenuef on the jar, and the form of Imsety depi (cont.)
A mummy label in shape of a tabula ansata. There are two lines of writing, and two holes, one in eac (cont.)
The upper half of a Ptolemaic cartonnage mask. Mummy masks such as this were often coloured with gol (cont.)