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.
Four shell or bone beads. They are from Armant, tomb 1603, which is classified in the excavation rec (cont.)
This female figure is made from bone. It has a carved head, ears, and nose, with slight traces of th (cont.)
These Quranic texts were used as a charm. They are from Armant. The object consists of one folded sh (cont.)
A fragment of a magical ivory wand, carved on one face with incised figures of animals, including a (cont.)
This is part of an animal skull, possibly belonging to a goat.
Bone mortar. Rim incised with dots. 4 handles originally, now only two. 5cm diameter. Purchased by C (cont.)
A bag containing snake bones, bandages and snake skin. Nine snake heads.
Fragment of bone with card attached stating ""aquisition Bateman E1.26"". 2.5cm long.
Small fragment of worked bone. Cross-section oval at one (broken) end, other end broadens and thins (cont.)
Various faience beads, amulets and fragments in assorted colours. There is a blue glass bead, possib (cont.)
Multi-coloured faience beads of twenty-six tubular beads, and fifty-eight other beads, some fragment (cont.)