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A translucent dark blue, opaque yellow and turquoise glass head pendant. There is a small rod hole i (cont.)
A dark blue faience amulet consisting of the double cartouches of Akhenaten. Only the prenomen (Nefe (cont.)
A necklace of multicoloured faience beads with papyrus sceptre amulets. Margaret Murray dated this t (cont.)
Fragment of a glass bracelet. Green glass. From Armant. presumably Arabic? Carol Meyer, 1996. In 'Th (cont.)
A yellow faience mandrake pendant (Boyce type C12A) from Amarna. Presented to the museum in 1978 by (cont.)
A green faience liliform pendant from Amarna. Presented to the museum in 1978 by the British Museum (cont.)
A light blue faience drop pendant from Amarna in the shape of a hes-vase (Boyce type X9). Presented (cont.)
A blue faience drop pendant from Amarna in the shape of a palmette (Boyce type C51). Presented to th (cont.)
String of blue tubular faience beads and wadjet eye amulet bead.
Multi coloured faience tubular and circular beads, re-strung in two necklaces. There is also a bag w (cont.)
String of blue/green faience tubular beads interspersed with multi coloured faience disc beads with (cont.)
Small lapis lazuli lotus pendant, which is broken at the suspension hole. Found inside W1028.