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A Coptic metal earring with a mother of pearl Coptic cross. The early cross was similar in shape to (cont.)
White faience beads segmented with horizontal flat shell spacers. Restrund in modern times. Jeweller (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.
Thirteen fragments of ostrich eggshell from Armant grave 1606.
Nine beads from Armant. They comprise of shell rings in various brown shades, and one bead of turquo (cont.)
4 shell beads. From Armant. Petrie museum distribution list classes these as 'archaic'.
8 shell beads. From Armant. Petrie museum distribution list classes these as 'archaic'. 14x3mm.
2 stone beads. From Armant. Petrie museum distribution list classes these as shell and archaic'. 5mm (cont.)
A shell bead described in the Petrie museum distribution list as ostrich shell. It is from the grave (cont.)
Perforated shell and shell bead. From the Armant excavations of Mond. This is from grave 1666. A-Gro (cont.)
Four shell or bone beads. They are from Armant, tomb 1603, which is classified in the excavation rec (cont.)
5 beads. 2 are faience, 2 are shells and one is made from a shell. From the Armant excavations of Mo (cont.)
6 beads, mainly shell and one faience wadjet eye. From Armant context 1600 (surface finds). 6x22mm
Two small circular beads or spindle whorls. One Is made of black ebony or obsidian with a gold-paint (cont.)