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A kneeling wooden funerary figure. This position suggests that the figure is from a kitchen scene, o (cont.)
Wooden oar from a model boat. Shape suggests paddle or steering oar. There are the remains of a dowe (cont.)
Painted mast from a model boat, 272mm long. It has a head with wig at one end and is painted red at (cont.)
A fragment of faience from Amarna, which is possibly the top half of a papyrus column as shown in Pe (cont.)
This pair of figures from a funerary model are set into a modern base, on which is written "oarsmen (cont.)
This is half of an architectural fragment, likely the top of a column in white quartzite. This is to (cont.)
A wooden model ard (a type of plough). Such items were placed in tombs. The fact that this item is v (cont.)
An arm from a figure of a funerary model, gripping an implement. Previously from the collection of (cont.)
Small model bowl in faience. The object has a serrated edge and a circular indentation in the base.
This wooden funerary figure is likely a rower from a model boat. It has been badly damaged, but the (cont.)
A miniature pottery coffin lid covered with a thin white wash. The shape suggests this is in imitati (cont.)
A model plough, hoe or ard, with modern restringing (see Brovarski, 1982, 46 for a similar example). (cont.)
Wooden object possibly part of a coffin or box, or a base for a funerary figure.
A rectangular wooden object, which is likely the base for a funerary figure. There are three drilled (cont.)
A wooden sole of a model sandal with holes to accommodate the straps. Purchased by Wellcome in 1906 (cont.)
A wooden funerary figure of a tomb owner. The arms are missing and due to the number of "unusual" fe (cont.)
Base of a funerary model with 2 peg holes. Black 'scale' pattern on one side.
Approximately ten copper alloy model tools, some in pieces. One piece, in the top right in the photo (cont.)