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This is probably part of an arched sistrum, preserving the face of the deity commonly found where th (cont.)
A copper alloy votive figure of Osiris on a round wooden base. Margaret Murray dated this to the Thi (cont.)
A figure of Osiris cast in copper alloy with a loop on the back. For a discussion on loops on Osiris (cont.)
A blue faience object with four extensions (one missing) around a circular indentation. It is likely (cont.)
Part of a hollow rod of blue faience with the remains of a cartouche (part of a khepre beetle). Perh (cont.)
This is part of a curved section of faience, with a square cross section. Perhaps this was part of a (cont.)
A fragment of faience from Amarna, which is possibly the top half of a papyrus column as shown in Pe (cont.)
A blue faience object with black painted decoration, perhaps a votive vessel. One end appears broken (cont.)
This is part of a faience object in a three-sided cross section. It is perhaps part of a votive offe (cont.)
A votive figure of Osiris. It is heavily corroded, and the feet are missing. Red copper oxide covers (cont.)
This is the head of ceramic statuette wearing a headdress. This is probably depicting Osiris as it h (cont.)
A faience bull's head amulet. Bull's heads are often shown on offering trays. Gyory (1995) suggests (cont.)
A blue glazed faience fragment of an amulet of a woman. This is made in a mould and has a flat back. (cont.)
A fragment of a terracotta figurine showing the face, and wearing an elaborate headdress.
A disk-shaped terracotta figure depicting the head and upper torso of a child (Harphkhered) with its (cont.)
A finely carved head of a figure wearing a headdress and a sidelock of youth.
The head of a terracotta figure wearing a headdress, sidelock of youth and a finger to the mouth.
The head of a terracotta figure wearing a headdress and holding a finger to the mouth.