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A mummified cat head with its features drawn onto the bandages and false ears constructed. It is lik (cont.)
A mummified cat body (the head is detached, AB77a). The accompanying label states that it was presen (cont.)
A set of bandaged, mummified remains. Externally this looks like it could be a mummified dog. Howeve (cont.)
The mummified remains of an animal with traces of the skull and bandages present. The remains have (cont.)
A bag of mummified animal remains and bandages which are very crumbly and broken.
This object was assumed to be a mummified cat with its wrappings in a crossed design. The head is in (cont.)
Some pieces of mummified remains. They were 3-D scanned by Swansea Engineering student Rebecca Frank (cont.)
The mummified remains of animal foot/paw with claws, likely canine. It was collected by Rev. Foulkes (cont.)
Several pieces of mummified remains, including part of the leg of a small animal and some fur.
A mummified cat. Cats were mummified and put in large cemeteries from around the First millennium BC (cont.)