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These Quranic texts were used as a charm. They are from Armant. The object consists of one folded sh (cont.)
A miniature book with sections of the Quran from Armant (approximately thirteen double sided pieces) (cont.)
A basket made of woven palm leaves, with a conical lid with painted decoration. It is New Kingdom in (cont.)
A sample of dom palm fruit (Hyphaene Thebaica Mart) from Thebes. It likely dates to the New Kingdom, (cont.)
This pair of sandals is made of plaited reed, palm leaves, and papyrus, with pointed and curled toes (cont.)
A fibre brush, bound together with plaited fibre. The old label associated with the object states ' (cont.)
A piece of rope made of six plaited outer pieces attached to an inner woven piece.
A length of twisted rope made of eight plaited pieces. It was originally framed with EC158.
This object was originally believed to be a cat mummy, but an X-Ray carried out by Richard Johnston (cont.)
A mummiform figure filled with seeds and bandaged. It is probably a corn figure. Corn mummies were f (cont.)
Box with wax ring and broken cast of Sekhmet in resin. Both modern.
Booklet containing the lecture notes pertaining to a glass lantern slide lecture given by Sgt Johnso (cont.)
Booklet containing the notes pertaining to a glass lantern slide lecture given by Sgt Johnson of Egy (cont.)
Book originally belonging to Sgt Johnson pertaining to a glass lantern slide lecture given by Sgt Jo (cont.)
Handwritten manuscript of introduction to lecture given by Sgt Johnson of Egypt and the Levant. This (cont.)
Newspaper cutting announcing work on the dam to rescue Philae from flooding. This is referred to in (cont.)
A reed pen. Similar pens are published in Petrie, W.M. 1927. 'Objects of Daily Use' 66, pl. LVIII.54 (cont.)