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Crudely carved limestone head wearing short wig and faint traces of black paint. Broken from the bod (cont.)
This limestone fragment is part of an ꜣḫ i͗ḳr n Rꜥ stela. On the left, the dedicatee is seated on a (cont.)
Four rim sherds and two body sherds of a pink limestone vessel from Armant. See also AR50/3096 which (cont.)
A rim sherd of a pinkish stone vessel, likely limestone. It was excavated at Armant, tomb 1606.
Two rim sherds and four body sherds of a limestone vessel from Armant.
Two rim sherds and four body sherds of a limestone vessel from Armant. One sherd is glued to a sherd (cont.)
A body sherd of a limestone vessel from Armant (grave 1606).
Two sherds of a limestone vessel which have been joined. They are from grave 1667 (the grave of an a (cont.)
A roughly carved, round-topped Second Intermediate Period limestone funerary stela of the dignitary (cont.)
Limestone lid of a canopic jar with the head of a falcon, which represents Qebehsenuef. The facial f (cont.)
A roughly cut limestone stela dating to the First Intermediate Period. The stela is divided into two (cont.)
Limestone canopic jar lid depicting the falcon-headed Qebehsenuef. Facial details have been added in (cont.)
A limestone lid of a canopic jar depicting the god Hapy with black painted eyes. Its ears are missin (cont.)
This stone fragment includes eight vertical rows of hieroglyphs. The hieroglyphs relate to offerings (cont.)
Limestone statue base, left foot in front of right foot. 9.5cm high. Hieroglyphs on back pillar. Toe (cont.)
An architectural fragment or stela. A sun disc is over the door with uraeus snakes protecting it. Ho (cont.)
Unfinished stone stela, 29.2cm in height. The style suggests the object dated to the early Eighteent (cont.)
Stone canopic jar base. 115cm high and 11cm diameter. Remnants of painted decoration.