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This lapis lazuli amulet is in the form of Serqet, and dates to the Twenty-Sixth Dynasty. It is on l (cont.)
A lapis lazuli amuletic figure of Neith, which is pierced through the back-pillar. It dates to the L (cont.)
This fragment of lapis lazuli or glass, is perhaps part of a bracelet. It is marked 'TA 36.19' (Amar (cont.)
Unfinished blue stone beads. Some of them have extra faience to complete the bead leaving a hole for (cont.)
Small lapis lazuli lotus pendant, which is broken at the suspension hole. Found inside W1028.
A box with a selection of various beads, some modern, some ancient. It includes, seed beads, cylindr (cont.)
A worked piece of lapis, with traces of orange plasticine still present. It is almost circular with (cont.)
Five beads of lapis lazuli and blue glass, one of which is broken through the centre. They are possi (cont.)
A feather-shaped (rishi?) inlay of either blue glass or lapis lazuli, possibly from Amarna. It has t (cont.)
Three fragments of inlays, possibly of lapis lazuli. They are possibly from Amarna.
This beaded collar consists of Amarna style pendants. Amulets of fish (lapis lazuli), Bes-like figur (cont.)
An Amarna style beaded collar dating to the New Kingdom. The central amulet is a heart (although the (cont.)
A tubular implement, possibly a fragment of a musical instrument, made from alternating blue (lapis (cont.)