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Small pottery statue of Bes or less likely, a pregnant woman giving birth. This has been broken in t (cont.)
A black copper alloy statue of Lamassu, a celestial being from ancient Mesopotamian religion bearing (cont.)
Green, engraved stone heart scarab. Badly made (lines on back don't meet), and hieroglyphs look fals (cont.)
A square plaque made of faience with a scarab inserted in one side. It has a hole through the top as (cont.)
Pottery jar encrusted in modern times with blue glass or faience beads lengthways down the vessel, p (cont.)
A cast of high relief carved block with label on back. The cartouche is that of Intef VI of the 17th (cont.)
A wooden funerary figure of a tomb owner. The arms are missing and due to the number of "unusual" fe (cont.)
A Hathor vase with '246' written on the base. Hathor was a nurturing goddess whose cult centre was i (cont.)
This object was assumed to be a mummified cat with its wrappings in a crossed design. The head is in (cont.)
This mummy appears from external examination to be a mummified cat, however, an X-Ray carried out by (cont.)
Box with wax ring and broken cast of Sekhmet in resin. Both modern.
A plaster cast of a New Kingdom funerary stela depicting a certain Amunemope and his son Paraemheb w (cont.)
A plaque of a seated man worshipping a bull with a sun disc between its horns. The object is in thr (cont.)
A stone torso with a back pillar. This is probably a fake or a recut object.
Four fragments of dried plant stem (?) with small scraps of papyrus attached (possibly to create a f (cont.)