Carnelian amulet of a goddess (likely Isis or Nephthys) kneeling, the head and feet now missing. Bro (cont.)
Carnelian and faience beads, which Margaret Murray dated these to the Eighteenth Dynasty. Probably f (cont.)
Three stone beads from Armant, grave 1656 (the grave of an adult). The Petrie museum distribution li (cont.)
A carnelian sweret bead. It is a long truncated convex bicone, with the remains of bronze wire insid (cont.)
This carnelian scaraboid is in the shape of a duck. The base is inscribed with the prenomen of Meren (cont.)
Carnelian bead labelled "prehistoric Casira Cairo 1912." Michel Casira was an antiquities dealer wor (cont.)
A small, engraved, translucent carnelian wadjet eye amulet. The wadjet eye or 'Eye of Horus' was wor (cont.)
A carnelian claw amulet, that has been broken at the top. The meaning of such amulets is uncertain. (cont.)
26 tubular faience beads, 9 faience seed beads, 5 double pierced seed beads, 1 larger faience bead, (cont.)
9 blue, cream and brown faience circular beads, 5 double beads of faience, 7 double faience beads on (cont.)
Small carnelian wadjet eye with incised details added on one side. Pierced horizontally. Presented t (cont.)
This carnelian scarab ring is Hellenistic in date, inspired by an Egyptian original. The label state (cont.)
A box with a selection of various beads, some modern, some ancient. It includes, seed beads, cylindr (cont.)
A flat polished piece of carnelian, similar to the objects EC1096b and EC1096c.
Two stone and one glass beads. The first is a carnelian bead shaped like a seal ring with carved ram (cont.)
6 assorted beads (2 carnelian, 1 black faceted bead, faience and glass beads). From Tell Fara, Seaso (cont.)
A flat polished piece of carnelian, similar to the objects EC1096a and EC1096c.
A flat polished piece of carnelian, similar to the objects EC1096a and EC1096b.