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A kneeling wooden funerary figure. This position suggests that the figure is from a kitchen scene, o (cont.)
This pair of figures from a funerary model are set into a modern base, on which is written "oarsmen (cont.)
An arm from a figure of a funerary model, gripping an implement. Previously from the collection of (cont.)
This wooden funerary figure is likely a rower from a model boat. It has been badly damaged, but the (cont.)
Wooden object possibly part of a coffin or box, or a base for a funerary figure.
A rectangular wooden object, which is likely the base for a funerary figure. There are three drilled (cont.)
A wooden funerary figure of a tomb owner. The arms are missing and due to the number of "unusual" fe (cont.)
Base of a funerary model with 2 peg holes. Black 'scale' pattern on one side.
A base from a wooden funerary figure. It is likely belonging with a food preparation scene, such as (cont.)
A wooden figure similar to "stick shabtis". It may be a modified ancient object, or a modern forgery (cont.)
This object was previously identified as a rudder from a model boat. It is made of wood, with reddis (cont.)
Left arm, slightly flexed, with clenched, pierced fist, off a servant model. 92mm long. 1st Intermed (cont.)
Fragment of wooden arm off a servant model. 45mm long. First Intermediate Period Middle Kingdom. Som (cont.)
Small wooden object with a dowel possibly a model head dress? General form of a long isosceles trian (cont.)
Arm from model of figure, Second Intermediate Period to Middle Kingdom. 90mm long.
Arm from model of figure, Second Intermediate Period to Middle Kingdom.
Arm from model of figure, Second Intermediate Period to Middle Kingdom. Gesso with red paint. Arm sl (cont.)
Arm from model of figure, Second Intermediate Period to Middle Kingdom. Arm slightly flexed, hand pa (cont.)