A painted wooden coffin fragment with the face and part of the wig preserved. The face is painted pi (cont.)
A wooden anthropoid coffin dating to the late Twenty-fifth or early Twenty-sixth Dynasty. Parts of t (cont.)
A wooden anthropoid coffin constructed of poor quality wood that has been covered with plaster in pl (cont.)
Cartonnage covering for the chest area dating to the Ptolemaic Period (c. 332–30 BC). At the top is (cont.)
Cartonnage torso covering dating to the Ptolemaic Period (c. 332–30 BC). The cartonnage can be divid (cont.)
Rectangular wooden coffin, which is now dismantled. This coffin is from grave 217 at Tarkhan, which (cont.)
Eye socket in faience for a coffin or statue. It was found at Armant (High Desert).
A hollow-cast copper alloy rectangular coffin that is open at one end. It is surmounted by a solid-c (cont.)
Cartonnage foot part of mummy covering, gold painted feet on underside with lotus flower. Top shows (cont.)
Fragment of painted cartonnage. The hair can be seen either side of a geometric pattern representing (cont.)
Fragment of cartonnage decorated with painting of green Osiris with atef crown seated on throne (lef (cont.)
A long panel of cartonnage made of very fine linen and covered with gesso incised with designs and a (cont.)
Fragments of linen stiffened with gesso decorated with paintings. These would have been used to cove (cont.)
Fragment of cartonnage. Cartonnage would have been used to cover the body of the deceased.
Black painted wooden figure of the Anubis-jackal, which is made from several pieces of wood glued to (cont.)
Fragment of linen stiffened with gesso decorated with hand wearing gold ring on finger. Roman Period (cont.)