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A small inscribed faience scarab beetle. The underside features a winged serpent 'protecting' the ca (cont.)
8 inscribed scarabs. Donated by Professor Petersen in 1987. Men-kheper-re Imn (Thutmose III, etc).
Faience scarab. 16mm long. The inscription is presumably Menkheprre (Thuthmose III), though there is (cont.)
Faience scarab. 11mm long. The inscription is presumably Menkheprre (Thuthmose III). Donated by Mrs (cont.)
A copper alloy dagger with the cartouche of Thutmose III (Mn-ḫpr-Rꜥ) at the base of the blade. The o (cont.)
The granite head of a statue wearing a nemes-headcloth and uraeus. Stylistically, this likely repres (cont.)
The back pillar of a statue with a carved inscription and the cartouche of Thuthmose III. It was pur (cont.)