Some fragments of incense. They were a gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
A mummified and bandaged human left foot. It was a gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
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.)
Thirteen fragments of ostrich eggshell from Armant grave 1606.
Perforated shell and shell bead. From the Armant excavations of Mond. This is from grave 1666. A-Gro (cont.)
A sample of bread. On long-loan since 2005 from the British Museum who acquired it in 1834 from the (cont.)
A sample of dom palm fruit (Hyphaene Thebaica Mart) from Thebes. It likely dates to the New Kingdom. (cont.)
Three shells (one cowrie and two small spiral stripey shells). There is also one flat hollow hemisph (cont.)
Three rolled bandages, one with black residue, and a mummified snake inside a linen package.
Hollow bamboo blocked at one end. 16.5cm long. Wellcome label 66028. Purchased by Wellcome at auctio (cont.)
A mummified human left arm with a section of the bone missing. There are remains of gold leaf still (cont.)
The Egypt Centre houses a small collection of animal and human remains, the vast majority of which r (cont.)
This is part of an animal skull, possibly belonging to a goat.
A mummified human head with hair still present. It seems likely to be female.