2 fragments of metal (one possibly a coin), 8 fragments of bone, and 5 fragments of faience and glas (cont.)
Box with wax ring and broken cast of Sekhmet in resin. Both modern.
Antler sleeve for an axehead. European prehistoric (not Egyptian). 7cm long.
Bald head with label in Kate Bosse Griffith's handwriting 'Volturra bald head 108/11'. Found in Egyp (cont.)
Antler sleeve for an axehead. European prehistoric (not Egyptian). In two parts.
Antler sleeve for an axehead. European prehistoric (not Egyptian). Polished in parts. 7cm long.
Flint debitage and a bone artefact. Probably from France. Some of the flints seemed to be marked 'La (cont.)
Animal tooth, flint and obsidian. One piece of flint is labelled 'Mousterian, Late No 39 Les Eyzies' (cont.)
A small black pottery cinerary urn and contents. The urn is globular in shape with a rounded base an (cont.)
A mammoth tooth, and other fragments of bone. These are likely not from Egypt.
Reed pen and leather case, found with EC1843-EC1845. Dating to the Roman Period.
A collection of miscellaneous animal bones. They were collected by Rev. Foulkes-Jones c.1849, and do (cont.)
Garment made of strips of leather, cowrie shells and coloured beads. length 240mm width (folded) 225 (cont.)
Iridescent elytra of a jewel beetle. Gebel Moya written on the box, although it is uncertain if this (cont.)
Piece of ibex horn from a tomb. Purchased by Wellcome at auction in November 1920.
A bone book clasp decorated with circles and holes. While the dotted circle motif had been popular i (cont.)
Fragment of bone decorated with circles, possibly coptic. Set on fragment of wood. While the dotted (cont.)