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A string of tubular and disc beads, which are probably from Abydos. Margaret Murray dated this group (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 string of faience cylindrical beads strung together. The sting is not original. Gifted from the Un (cont.)
A string of black and white faience and stone beads strung together on a modern string. It was a gif (cont.)
A string of multicoloured faience beads with a central blue amulet (broken). The stringing is modern (cont.)
A string of faience multicoloured beads. Gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Carnelian and faience beads, which Margaret Murray dated these to the Eighteenth Dynasty. Probably f (cont.)
A string of black, blue, and white glass beads, plus one yellow bead on a modern thread. It was date (cont.)
Sting of faience cylindrical and tubular beads. Gift from the University of Wales. Aberystwyth.
A necklace of multicoloured faience beads with papyrus sceptre amulets. Margaret Murray dated this t (cont.)
Nine beads from Armant. They comprise of shell rings in various brown shades, and one bead of turquo (cont.)
Four shell or bone beads. They are from Armant, tomb 1603, which is classified in the excavation rec (cont.)
Three stone beads from Armant, grave 1656 (the grave of an adult). The Petrie museum distribution li (cont.)