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A translucent dark blue, opaque yellow and turquoise glass head pendant. There is a small rod hole i (cont.)
A string of yellow glass beads, some of which are core formed. Roman in date. The beads are on a mod (cont.)
A blue and black glass beads strung together on a modern string. Some beads are spherical and others (cont.)
A single clear spherical glass bead. It was a gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
A fragment of blue glass with a white star shaped centre. It is possibly an inlay. It was a gift fro (cont.)
A fragment of black and white glass. It is a New Kingdom core formed piece from a vessel. It was a g (cont.)
A string of black, blue, and white glass beads, plus one yellow bead on a modern thread. It was date (cont.)
String of dark blue, brown, and variegated glass beads. Roman Period in date. Gift from the Universi (cont.)
Variegated glass dating to the Roman Period. Gift from the University of Wales Aberystwyth.
Fragment of blue and white glass bracelet. From Armant. Presumed to be Islamic Period.
Three fragments of glass vessel. Feathered decoration. From Armant.
Decorated object. From Armant. Petrie Museum list describes this as 'faience' but it looks like blue (cont.)