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An ivory bracelet, dated by Margaret Murray to the Roman Period, likely from Abydos. The object was (cont.)
A shell bracelet fragment from Armant. In the Petrie Museum distribution notes this object is listed (cont.)
An ivory or shell bracelet fragment from Armant dating to the Predynastic period. This a surface fin (cont.)
This is an ivory or shell bracelet fragment from Armant tomb 1603.
A section of a magical ivory wand, carved on one face with incised figures of animals, including a b (cont.)
Bald head with label in Kate Bosse Griffith's handwriting 'Volturra bald head 108/11'. Found in Egyp (cont.)
A burnt ivory toilet box or cosmetic container, previously broken into pieces and mended. Items like (cont.)
A tubular implement, possibly a fragment of a musical instrument, made from alternating blue (lapis (cont.)
A blackened (possibly burnt) ivory knife with a depiction of a harpooner aiming at two crocodiles, a (cont.)
An artificial eye made of ebony with an ivory inlay. These were used in coffins and funerary masks.