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A translucent dark blue, opaque yellow and turquoise glass head pendant. There is a small rod hole i (cont.)
A string of yellow glass beads, some of which are core formed. Roman in date. The beads are on a mod (cont.)
A blue and black glass beads strung together on a modern string. Some beads are spherical and others (cont.)
A single clear spherical glass bead. It was a gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
A string of black and white faience and stone beads strung together on a modern string. It was a gif (cont.)
A fragment of blue glass with a white star shaped centre. It is possibly an inlay. It was a gift fro (cont.)
A fragment of black and white glass. It is a New Kingdom core formed piece from a vessel. It was a g (cont.)
A faience ear stud in the pattern of a white flower on blue background with a red centre. The plug o (cont.)
A string of black, blue, and white glass beads, plus one yellow bead on a modern thread. It was date (cont.)
A fragment of core formed glass vessel with the names of Amenhotep II partially preserved. It is fro (cont.)
A moulded purple glass statue of a seated figure. Glass making did not appear until the Eighteenth D (cont.)
A fragment of twisted blue glass used as an inlay in the shape of a letter 'ḥ' in hieroglyphs. The n (cont.)
Three fragments of core-formed glass vessel. They are light blue, navy and white, one light blue, na (cont.)
A piece of mosaic glass. It is composed of a round field of red glass paste with a cross/flower in t (cont.)
a light blue ring bezel. Only half of the bezel is remaining, and it is not decorated.