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A disc-shaped syenite macehead, which is partially broken. The disc-shaped macehead seems to have be (cont.)
A disc-shaped syenite macehead that is slightly chipped. The disc-shaped macehead seems to have been (cont.)
A small disc shaped macehead, or possibly a spindle whorl. It is made of a mottled grey and white st (cont.)
Vessel or unfinished macehead with red stripes, probably not Egyptian. Height 41mm width 46mm.
A disc-shaped macehead of spotted diorite. It has been broken in half but repaired although some pie (cont.)
This conical macehead is made of a black stone (diorite). It has been chipped and mended. This type (cont.)
A conical shaped macehead made of orange mottled stone. It is from the Rustafjaell Collection.
An unfinished (no hole is present in the middle) pear shaped macehead in red breccia. Such maceheads (cont.)
An ovoid macehead made of black stone. Spherical forms are present in the Neolithic Period, but cont (cont.)
A stone pear shaped macehead. Such maceheads date from the Naqada II Period (3500-3000 BCE). The pea (cont.)
A disc shaped macehead of dark coloured stone with a flat top. The decoration consists of incised ra (cont.)