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A cosmetic container in the form of a standing wooden figure of the god Bes, shown with leonine feat (cont.)
A pottery cosmetic container upon a white wooden stand labelled 'kohl pot XVIII Dynasty', it is more (cont.)
A small bag-shaped jar with an outside rolled rim and a flat base. The jar is from the New Kingdom a (cont.)
Small greeny-grey stone vessel with fat base, which has a projecting lip, a globular to squat body, (cont.)
Small faience cosmetic jar from Abydos. Purchased from the MacGregor sale by Wellcome in 1922, lot 1 (cont.)
A circular disc of travertine, most likely the lid for a kohl pot or similar vessel.
Wooden stick with excavation numbers on its side. It is likely part of a kohl stick. Excavated by th (cont.)
A faience pillar shaped object. This is probably a stick for applying makeup.
A dark schist kohl vessel with a broken rim. The shape dates to the early Eighteenth Dynasty. It was (cont.)
Small pale green kohl vessel with rounded shoulders and wide thin rim. Purchased by Wellcome at auct (cont.)
Buff tinted vase. This item was not specifically identified in the 1997 re-cataloguing but could be (cont.)
Travertine cosmetic bowl, still with kohl inside. 7cm high. This appears, from its shape, to date to (cont.)
A travertine cosmetic jar with its lid. There are traces of kohl still present in the interior. This (cont.)
A black stone jar with its lid (Aston type 157). it dates to the Middle Kingdom. Such items would ha (cont.)
A grey stone cosmetic jar, that is early Eighteenth Dynasty in date. It was purchased by Wellcome at (cont.)