Two small flakes of sandstone. It is not known where these are from. Both are delicate and slowly di (cont.)
Fragment of blue stone marked TA.26–7.379. From Amarna. The Egypt Exploration Society Object Card ha (cont.)
13 pieces of miscellaneous wood. the four pieces at the top are modern bases for objects!
The contents of decorated vessels retained in three boxes. They originate from Amarna, TA 34.35. The (cont.)
5 pieces of flint and three pebbles. Perhaps part of the collection which Rustafjaell believed, were (cont.)
6 pieces of flint including naturally shaped-unusual pebbles. Perhaps part of the collection which R (cont.)
68 stone fragments, many flint, others not. Some marked 'Grotte Batti'. Not from Egypt. Found in a t (cont.)
A small chip of stone with a handwritten label reading 'vocal statue of Memnon'.
small chip of stone (unknown). Evidence of crystallization (Quartz?). Attached handwritten label ""P (cont.)
small fragment of limestone with Roman letters ""P"" carved on one surface, ""T"" on another surface (cont.)
Irregular piece of crystalline stone. brown in colour. length 55mm width 38mm height 45mm
A fragment of limestone with a handwritten inscription 'Tomb of Memnon' on two sides.