Cartonnage covering for the chest area dating to the Ptolemaic Period. At the top is a ba-bird with (cont.)
This cartonnage torso covering dates to the Ptolemaic Period. The cartonnage can be divided into thr (cont.)
A gilt mummy mask and cartonnage in a very fragile condition, dating to the Ptolemaic Period. This o (cont.)
Cartonnage foot part of mummy covering, gold painted feet on underside with lotus flower. Top shows (cont.)
Fragment of painted cartonnage. The hair can be seen either side of a geometric pattern representing (cont.)
Fragment of cartonnage decorated with painting of green Osiris with atef crown seated on throne (lef (cont.)
A long panel of cartonnage made of very fine linen and covered with gesso incised with designs and a (cont.)
Fragments of linen stiffened with gesso decorated with paintings. These would have been used to cove (cont.)
Fragment of cartonnage. Cartonnage would have been used to cover the body of the deceased.
Fragment of linen stiffened with gesso decorated with hand wearing gold ring on finger. Roman Period (cont.)
Fragment of linen stiffened with gesso decorated. Joins with EC255. Roman Period.
Cartonnage figure of a hawk-headed deity, perhaps Re or Horus or Qebehsenuef. Purchased by Wellcome (cont.)
A cartonnage foot covering made for Shebenwepet, a priestess of Horus-the-Child. The four pairs of s (cont.)
A gilded cartonnage face. The badly damaged label describes the object as Ptolemaic, and probably fr (cont.)